Programs

 

Experiential Learning @ Brandeis

In January 2005 Brandeis launched Learning by Doing: Deepening Liberal Arts Education through Experiential Learning, a two and a half year project funded by the Davis Educational Foundation.

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Brandeis Pluralism Alliance

The Brandeis Pluralism Alliance (BPA) sponsors grant competitions twice a year for students and faculty who wish to initiate projects addressing issues of identity, pluralism and unity at Brandeis.

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Senior Thesis Funding

Funds are available to seniors writing theses to help with research-related costs.

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Undergraduate Departmental Representatives

UDRs open lines of communication between students and faculty, as well as organize events for their departments. Applications for new UDRs are accepted every spring semester.

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University Studies Program

University Studies is the heart of the liberal arts curriculum at Brandeis. The general requirements incorporate a variety of interconnected elements to build a strong, general education foundation. Its fundamental goals are to improve students' abilities to integrate knowledge from different fields; provide more extensive opportunities for the acquisition and development of writing, linguistic and quantitative skills; introduce greater flexibility in the scheduling of degree requirements throughout the undergraduate career; and expand students' opportunities to interact with faculty in small class settings in the first year of instruction.

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University Writing

Details of the writing requirement and a list of courses.

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