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Brandeis embarked on continuing education in April 1950 with the Institute for Adult Education, a night school offering five series of lectures in literature, music, social sciences, American studies and Bible studies.
Today, the Rabb School has more than 3,100 enrollments a year across its three divisions, with opportunities for professional development and lifelong learning. Supporting the University in its mission of academic excellence and access since 1992, the Rabb School is dedicated to developing innovative educational offerings and to providing a collegial community for its on-campus and distance learners.
Rabb School of Continuing Studies
The Rabb School of Continuing Studies extends the traditional excellence of a Brandeis education to the greater community with opportunities for professional development via degree programs, personal enrichment and lifelong learning.
The Division of Graduate Professional Studies (GPS) within The Rabb School offers year-round, part-time graduate degree programs for working professionals in the evenings.
GPS offers master's degrees and graduate certificates in bioinformatics, information assurance, information technology management, management of projects and programs, software engineering, and virtual team management and communication.