Your major is just the beginning...

Your major helps you develop knowledge, skills and abilities that employers seek.

To identify additional skills and abilities you have developed through your coursework, activities and work, consider using the reflection worksheets (accessible via B.hired > Resources) and/or Type Focus (accessible via B.hired > Resources).

To build your resume, please review Hiatt's sample resumes.

Internships

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The Brandeis Internship Exchange is a convenient online tool to find and share internship opportunities.

Just log on with your UNET ID and use the advanced search to search internships by major.

Business

Overview
First Destination Data
Alumni Career Paths
Skills, Abilities & Knowledge
Internships
What to do with a degree in Business
Sample of Occupations

Overview 

The Business Program builds on unique strengths of the Brandeis International Business School as well as those of liberal arts subjects, such as history, sociology, philosophy and American studies. The curriculum is rooted in the liberal arts and encourages critical thinking and analysis of how business works.

Business courses at Brandeis aim to teach a way of thinking that is rooted in practice. Business school case studies are commonly used to help apply concepts. Guest speakers give talks that bring the real world inside the classroom. Optional internships can give invaluable hands-on experience. Class presentations, papers, and discussions help develop professional skills in business communication. All the while, students are challenged to develop their own perspectives on the big issues in business today, from the role of private enterprise in globalization to the ethical and social responsibilities of managers.

First Destination Data

The Hiatt Center is pleased to provide a list of organizations, titles and fields of alumni who majored in your discipline. Click here to download a sortable excel spreadsheet listing the first destination graduate programs and employment opportunities that Business alumni from the classes of 2008-2012 secured within six months of graduation.

The diverse list is indicative of the wealth of transferable skills students cultivate as a Business major at Brandeis.

Business (& Economics) Alumni

The Hiatt Center is pleased to provide a list of organizations, titles and fields of alumni who majored in Business (2011 and 2012) and Economics.  The Brandeis Business Program began graduating majors in 2011.  The list represents a wide array of professions which is indicative of the wealth of transferable skills students cultivate as an Business major at Brandeis.

Year Company Title
Industry
2012 Epic Systems Implementation Consultant Information Technology
2012 Sandbox Industries Analyst Business Development
2012 Vistaprint Marketing Associate, CRM Marketing
2011 Goldman Sachs Analyst
Finance and Banking
2011 Sun Life Financial STD Benefit Analyst Finance and Banking
2000 Citigroup Associate Finance and Banking

2000

Dana Farber Cancer Institute

Medical Oncology Research

Scientific Research

2003

BearingPoint, Inc.

Consultant

Government

2001

NYU Medical Center 

Assistant Director of Special Events

Non-Profit

2001

Standards & Poor

Ratings Specialist

Finance and Banking

2002

Aquent Financial Services

Underwriter

Finance and Banking

2002

U.S. Department of Labor

Investigator

Government

2003

The Advisory Board Company

Senior Analyst

Health

2003

Chawla Techno Construct

Project Manager

Engineering

2004

MSHC Partners

Assistant Analyst

Media and Entertainment

2005

Church and Dwight

Category Manager

Consumer and Industry Products

2005

MediaVest

Assistant Media Planner

Advertising and Marketing

2006

NYC Department of Education

Teacher

Education – PreK-12

2006

Genworth Financial

Investments Compliance Associate

Finance and Banking

2006

Capgemini

Consultant

Consulting

2007

Michael Page International

Recruitment Consultant

Human Resources and Recruiting

Skills, Abilities & Knowledge  

Your program of study at Brandeis University provides both field-specific knowledge and a broad range of transferable skills, abilities and knowledge that are sought after by all employers in all fields and enhance your experience and success and the world of work. To identify the skills and abilities you have developed through your coursework, activities and work, take TypeFocus.

Internships

In addition to you coursework, internships can be extremely beneficial as you develop academic and professional skills.  The Brandeis Internship Exchange is an easy and convenient online tool for you to find and share real internship opportunities.  Just log on with your UNET ID and use the advanced search to identify Business majors' internships. 

What to Do with a Degree in Business (.pdf)

 

Sample of Possible Occupations