At Brandeis GPS, you’ll engage in interactive, seminar-style classes that explore the latest techniques and trends in your field. Working alongside faculty and fellow students, you’ll experience:
Small classes. Our average class size is 12 students. We cap most classes at 20 students and entry-level courses at 16 students. You won’t find MOOC-like classes with hundreds or thousands of students at GPS.
Faculty trained to teach online. At GPS, there are no teaching assistants or non-faculty “facilitators.” Our faculty, trained in online learning best practices, actively lead all discussions and grade all of your assignments.
Content developed by subject-matter experts. Your courses are shaped by faculty who are active professionals in their fields. These instructors create courses specifically for online delivery, and they interact with you and your peers regularly, driving the weekly pace for your discussion posts and providing feedback on assignments.
Best practices in online course design. GPS has been delivering online courses for well over a decade. Faculty members collaborate with instructional designers to create and refresh courses, using online learning best practices.
Virtual meeting opportunities. You have the option to meet students and instructors in real-time through optional review sessions, virtual office hours, presentations and group activities.
View our events calendar for the latest list of upcoming online admissions chats, webinars and other opportunities to get to know GPS programs, faculty and staff.
Brandeis GPS is committed to giving you the support you need to succeed. From the moment you begin the application process to the day you graduate and beyond, our advising team is here to support you. Talk to an enrollment advisor today.
Learn more about our unique approach to online learning and what makes a Brandeis GPS education so engaging.