Summer 1: May 19–June 26

Summer 2: June 29–August 7

 

Register today.

Call 617-353-5124 or visit bu.edu/summer.

 

Just a few hours from here, you can take part in one of the largest and longest-running summer study programs in the Northeast, the Boston University Summer Term. In Boston, history and innovation have always formed a potent mix. And on its one-hundredth anniversary, BU’s Summer Term offers more than 700 undergraduate and graduate courses in over 75 academic subjects.

 

Located just around the corner from historic Fenway Park—home of the Boston Red Sox -Boston University is an ideal place to advance in your studies while you experience the unique culture and history of the #1 U.S. city for students (QS Best Student Cities).

 

A condensed six-week schedule—which includes evening courses—allows you to pursue your academic goals along with your usual summer activities. Summer Term’s open-enrollment policy makes it easy to satisfy prerequisites for bachelor’s or master’s degree, broaden career options, or focus on a particular topic of interest. Simply visit our website to register.


Professional Development: Whether your field is criminal justice, education, communication, project management, or computer science, Boston University Summer Term is a great place to improve professional skills. Also look for business courses for non-business majors.

 

Personal Enrichment: Exercise your imagination—we offer a wide range of courses in the visual arts, film and television, music, literature, history and art history, and gastronomy. Additionally, our Boston Studies courses focus on the city and its unique identity. 

 

Foreign Languages: Summer Term offers language study in Akkadian, Amharic, Arabic, Chinese, Egyptian (Hieroglyphs,) French, German, Italian, Japanese, , Korean, Latin, Russian, and Spanish. Comparative literature courses include Japanese Popular Culture and Inventing Spanish America: Beyond 1492.

 

Pre-Medical Studies: Entering a health care profession? You’ll find a number of summer courses that focus on core areas of pre-health sciences. Satisfy requirements in areas such as biology, chemistry, math, physics, psychology, and writing.

 

Summer Study Internships: Undergraduates visiting from other colleges and universities may apply to enroll in two 4-credit courses followed by a full-time internship in a local organization—gaining valuable work experience in one of eight areas of interest.

 

 

See you this summer—in Boston!