Brandeis International Business School

Brandeis Global Advantage
Rigorous. Experiential. Flexible.
Business. Economics. Finance.
A technical, practical and experiential education to take you anywhere you want to go.
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Academic Programs

MA


Master of Arts in International Economics and Finance

Analytical skills and experience in business, economics and finance. Includes internship or consulting project. 1-2 years.

MBA


Master of Business Administration

Flexible, innovative and wide-ranging. Accelerate or transform your career. 2 years.

MSF


Master of Science in Finance

Financial theory, analysis and strategy. Includes internship or consulting opportunity. 16 months.

MSBA


Master of Science in Business Analytics

Intersection of business and big data. Includes analytics consulting field project. 11 months.

PhD


PhD in International Economics and Finance

Research, teaching, high-level policymaking and consulting.

Undergraduate


Business Major or Minor

Liberal arts plus professional business education. Access to graduate-level courses.

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News

Professor Ben Gomes-Casseres Speaks to the New York Times about the CVS-Aetna Merger

"It's an industry highly in flux, what we have here is a remixing of assets."

Brandeis IBS Gains in Global Rankings

The school and its degree programs were highly ranked by Financial Times, Princeton Review, Corporate Knights and TFE Times.

Senior Associate Dean Katy Graddy Discusses Her Study on When Artists Create Their Best Works

"Our study reflects that artists, in the year following the death of a friend or relative, are on average less creative than at other times in their lives."

By the Numbers

 
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100% of Brandeis IBS students who sought an internship successfully secured one.

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Ranked #2 in the U.S. for pre-experience finance programs.

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First among U.S. business schools for percentage of female students and faculty. (Financial Times)

Best Business Schools | The Princeton Review

Ranked among the best business schools in the world.

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