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Founded in 1959, The Heller School for Social Policy and Management was Brandeis University's first professional school.
In 2012, U.S. News ranked The Heller School in the top ten nationally for its teaching and research into social issues and the creation and implementation of policies to address those issues.
Heller School for Social Policy and Management
The Heller School for Social Policy and Management has students from more than 80 countries studying in one of six degree programs: A Ph.D. in social policy, an M.A. in sustainable international development, an M.S. in international health policy and management, an M.B.A. for organizations with a social mission, an M.A. in Coexistence and Conflict, and a Master of Public Policy.
The Heller School, in its education programs and its research and policy institutes, is a place where students, faculty and staff develop a community that supports a new generation of development workers and policy planners in the United States and around the world.