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The Master of Science program offers a multidisciplinary curriculum in Administrative Studies. The graduate degree program is designed for individuals seeking professional advancement, personal growth, and a competitive advantage.
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Professional Studies certificate programs are designed to provide a sound understanding of an undergraduate discipline as well as current professional knowledge within that discipline.
Such programs are designed for individuals not enrolled in a degree program but interested in taking undergraduate day or evening courses.
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Our undergraduate and graduate degree and certificate programs accept applications on an ongoing basis.
WCAS students should register online via the University Information System (UIS); use this link to get the UIS registration software and instructions.
We've added three new advisors. Review our Academic Advising page for the details on this new option.
Massachusetts State Law mandates that ALL STUDENTS IN A DEGREE PROGRAM will be charged for medical insurance regardless of the number of credit hours for which they are registered.
Non-Degree students registered for three or more courses will also be automatically charged for medical insurance. Students have the option of participating in the Boston College plan or completing a waiver through AGORA. The waiver must include specific insurance information of comparable coverage. Students who do not submit a waiver will be automatically billed $1143 for the Fall 2014 semester and $1498 for the Spring 2015 semester for the Massachusetts Medical Insurance. Waivers must be submitted each year. Medical insurance waiver forms can be found at: www.bc.edu/studentservices.
To view the Student Injury and Sickness Insurance Plan information for 2014-2015, or see the Health Insurance website.