|Academic Year||Fall Semester||Spring Semester|
|2014-2015||Fall 2014||Spring 2015|
|2013-2014||Fall 2013||Spring 2014|
|2012-2013||Fall 2012||Spring 2013|
|2011-2012||Fall 2011||Spring 2011|
|2010-2011||Fall 2010||Spring 2011|
|2009-2010||Fall 2009||Spring 2010|
|2008-2009||Fall 2008||Spring 2009|
Four types of graduate instruction are available:
- We offer four graduate seminars per year: one in theory, one in methods (these rotate every two years) and two courses that reflect our substantive interests.
- We teach two to four joint seminars per year in substantive areas. These courses are limited to 12 students — six graduate students and six advanced undergraduate students.
- We offer a broad variety of tutorial courses (group readings, independent studies).
- Students may also take courses in other Brandeis departments and at schools that are part of the Boston Area Graduate Consortium: