Did you know?
The Brandeis approach to business gives you the best of both worlds: you develop an analytical understanding of business and also gain a foundation for practical skills.
"Business prepares you for a job, but liberal arts prepares you for the conversations."
Jared Goldman, BA '13
Are you interested in business, but also in history, literature, political science or other liberal arts subjects? Most universities offer one or the other, forcing you to choose between business and liberal arts. At Brandeis, you can bring together the best of both worlds.
Our business major builds on the 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. Required courses cover key functional areas such as marketing and finance, as well as the social context and the organizational underpinnings of modern business.
We give you various ways to forge connections between your business studies and other interests you may have, from global society and sustainability to innovation in science and art.