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Metropolitan College provides students with an affordable, flexible learning environment, supporting the academic needs of working adults looking to advance their careers or to open up new opportunities for enriching their lives. With over 800 courses to choose from in more than 30 areas of study, students can pursue undergraduate and graduate degrees, diploma and certificate programs, or simply take courses to advance their knowledge in an interest area including: actuarial science, applied social sciences, advertising, computer science, gastronomy, and liberal studies. Classes are offered at convenient locations in Boston, Tyngsboro, Brussels, at corporate and military locations, and more, as well as online. Most classes are scheduled in the evening to accommodate our students' busy life and work schedules and are taught by our full-time and part-time faculty or professionals who are experts in their fields.

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    Baranger, Jillian; Rousseau, Danielle; Mastrorilli, Mary Ellen; Matesanz, James (SAGE Publications, 2018-09-01)
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    Huang, Xuqing; Vodenska, Irena; Havlin, Shlomo; Stanley, H. Eugene (NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP, 2013-02-05)
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