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Offering 42 majors and 46 minors in the creative arts, humanities, sciences and social sciences.
|GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
Offering students in-depth and broad-based scholarly exposure while providing professional training in their chosen fields.
|HELLER SCHOOL FOR SOCIAL POLICY AND MANAGEMENT
Preparing the next generation of scholars, policy analysts, managers, public leaders and international-development practitioners for the 21st century.
|BRANDEIS INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SCHOOL
A pioneering professional graduate school dedicated to teaching and research in global finance, management and economic policy.
|RABB SCHOOL OF CONTINUING STUDIES
Extending the traditional excellence of a Brandeis education to the greater community with opportunities for professional development, personal enrichment and lifelong learning.