Brandeis University: Waltham, Massachusetts

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  • Social Justice through Health/ Behavioral Health; Children, Youth & Families; Assets & Inequalities; Global Health & Development... more >

  • The Brandeis Department of Mathematics combines the informality and flexibility of a small department with the intellectual vigor of a faculty whose research accomplishments have placed it among the top departments in the country. Courses and seminar... more >

  • Equips leaders for careers within government, advocacy, policy research and analysis, policy implementation, and community work. more >

  • Prepares young professionals to effectively lead non-profit, for-profit, or public sector organizations with a social mission. more >

  • A two-year program in international development studies and project planning, implementation and evaluation. more >

  • Despite its relatively small size, Brandeis University's Department of History offers students a comprehensive, flexible, varied, and vibrant education in the study of the past. Our Ph.D. program has consistently received high marks in national surveys... more >

  • Brandeis offers the M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in English, as well as a Joint M.A. degree in English and Women's and Gender Studies. The graduate programs in English offer training in the reading and analysis of texts from a variety of perspectives, ranging... more >

  • Through our intensive, 13-month program, you will earn a master’s degree, an elementary or secondary (subject specific) Massachusetts Initial License and the option to earn an additional certification in Moderate Disabilities or in ESL. more >

  • Brandeis' graduate program in Computer Science offers courses and research opportunities in many of the core areas of Computer Science: databases, programming languages, artificial intelligence, networks and distributed and parallel computing, data comp... more >

  • Our vibrant computational linguistics program draws on the expertise of faculty members and innovative interdisciplinary research. more >

  • Brandeis combines the power of a University research program with the personality of a small teaching college. The Brandeis Department of Chemistry offers a diverse range of well-funded, internationally recognized research programs in major traditional... more >

  • Our biotechnology programs integrate laboratory training through research project labs with a summer internship in an industrial or academic setting. more >

  • The Graduate Program in Biochemistry and Biophysics offers advanced education in the principles and practice of macromolecular chemistry, mechanism, and structure. All aspects of this program are aimed at the questions: how do macromolecules work? How d... more >

  • The Department of Anthropology at Brandeis University offers a wide range of courses covering the discipline's four major subfields: Sociocultural anthropology Linguistic anthropology Physical anthropology Archaeology of complex so... more >

  • Our two-track classical studies program offers the opportunity to learn about all aspects of life in Greece and Rome, investigating the ancient classical world both in the domain of one country and more regionally... more >

  • Equipped with a foreign master’s degree in teaching Chinese and Brandeis’ master’s degree in teaching Chinese, students will be better able to position themselves for success in the American academic job market... more >

  • Through our intensive, 13-month program, you will earn a master’s degree, an elementary or secondary (subject specific) Massachusetts Initial License and the option to earn an additional certification in Moderate Disabilities or in ESL. more >

  • Equips leaders for careers within government, advocacy, policy research and analysis, policy implementation, and community work. more >

  • Prepares young professionals to effectively lead non-profit, for-profit, or public sector organizations with a social mission. more >

  • Trains students in policy & management, addressing the critical gap between planning & implementation of health programs. more >

  • A two-year program in international development studies and project planning, implementation and evaluation. more >

  • How do organisms function at the molecular and cellular levels? The goal of Brandeis' Molecular and Cell Biology Graduate Program is to train aspiring scientists interested in solving these questions. Students acquire a broad knowledge about current dev... more >

  • The Brandeis University music department's graduate programs concentrate in two areas: Composition and Theory or Musicology. The department also offers, in conjunction with the program in Women's and Gender Studies, a Joint M.A. in Music & Women's and G... more >

  • This program combines technical and managerial components to develop graduates who can deal effectively with the complexity and variety of issues involved in applying all aspects if information technology successfully within organizations. Students in t... more >

  • Theory- and practice-based program providing the networks and skills to tackle local and global challenges in conflict areas. more >

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