Brandeis combines the resources of a world-class research university with the personal attention of a liberal arts setting. The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences offers 17 doctoral programs and more than 40 master's and postbaccalaureate programs.
One of the key differences at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences is our emphasis on interdisciplinary learning. You will learn the importance of connecting with people who have a broad range of expertise and experience.
Professional development at GSAS is for PhD and MA students in all departments and in all stages of their career. Whether you are just starting or are about to finish your degree, the resources we provide are for you. Our goal is to enable students to pursue fulfilling careers in the private sector, academia, non-profits and government.
The Brandeis Educational Justice Initiative (BEJI) works to expand the educational access of people impacted by the criminal justice system, and to increase the Brandeis community's awareness and knowledge about mass incarceration. For more information, visit BEJI’s website.
Off campus teaching opportunities at other institutions tend to be advertised through local university websites and departmental emails. Check with the chair and academic administrator of your department for more information.