Boston University Online offers degrees at both undergraduate and graduate (Masters and Doctorate) levels, certificate programs, individual courses and professional courses and certificates. The University has just recently added the Master of Arts in Art Education in their list of online courses.
Boston University has two tuition rates, one for online students who are enrolled on a part-time basis, and another for students who are studying full time. Online students who are enrolled full-time are charged the University’s full-time tuition rates. Tuition does not include incidental expenses such as books and laboratory fees.
Boston University students may avail of loans, scholarships and grants to help augment the cost of earning an online degree. Apart from federal and state grants, there are various private and course-specific scholarships being offered to qualified students. Further assistance may be provided through flexible payment plans / options, loans, and other sponsorships. More information on tuition rates for part-time and full-time students, and financial aid can be requested from the Boston University Student Accounting Services.
The admission requirements for Boston University is program specific. Application procedure will depend on the course as well. For further details on how to enroll in one of Boston University’s online programs, contact an Admissions Representative. There are several admissions offices located in the United States.
Boston University Online came about through the combined efforts of the Office of Distance Education and the faculty members of Boston University. The University and it’s online programs are accredited with the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.
For more information on admissions, college majors, degrees offered, online programs, school rankings, reviews tuition, scholarships and financial aid options, please contact Boston University Online.