- Groundbreaking research in cutting-edge facilities
- Plus-one accelerated masters
It has over 30 research centers and institutes include one of only 12 centers of excellence funded by the department of homeland security and a marine science center developing robotic technology to detect underwater mines and coastal threats.
George j. Kostas research institute for homeland security is a center dedicated to advancing the development of societal resilience in the face of 21st-century risks, and the dukakis center for urban and regional policy which identifies and implements real solutions to the critical challenges facing urban areas throughout boston, the commonwealth, and the country.
The plus-one accelerated master’s program provides driven students with the opportunity to start earning their master’s degree while pursuing their undergraduate education. It implies that students will be able to enhance their learning up to 16 credits earned count toward a bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Consequently, allowing students to receive their graduate degree one year earlier than the traditional master’s program. Thus, it will not only reduce time but also diminish the costs and students will gain a competitive edge over others.