Brandeis University: Waltham, Massachusetts

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

  • 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 >

  • The Premedical Post-Baccalaureate program at Brandeis offers 2 tracks of study for medical school and other health professions programs, including a career-changer and finisher track. more >

  • The Brandeis Department of Sociology is a distinguished small department that has nurtured a distinctive culture and has produced more than two hundred Ph.Ds since the founding of the graduate program in the early 1960s. Its faculty and graduates over t... more >

  • Brandeis Univeristy's Master’s and PhD programs offer the great advantages of small, focused programs with intense faculty-student interactions around rigorous training. The Master’s degree is in general psychology and provides students with an understa... more >

  • Brandeis University's two-year Master's in Genetic Counseling integrates coursework with clinical experience in a collegial environment... more >

  • The Biotechnology programs combine the teaching of current concepts in biology and business with training in professional skills and ethics. more >

  • Brandeis University's graduate program in neuroscience, leading to the MS and PhD degrees, is designed to equip students with the advanced knowledge and training necessary to conduct research in this interdisciplinary field, which combines the expertise... more >

  • Brandeis’ Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy in Politics emphasize linkages among the patterns of American political development, contemporary American politics, and the politics of other developed and developing democratic systems. The graduate c... 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 >

  • The Martin A. Fisher School of Physics at Brandeis University has an international reputation for excellence in research; it is among the highest ranked in the United States on the basis of publication citations. The department was recently awarded a m... more >

  • Brandeis University's Department of Near Eastern and Judaic Studies (NEJS) bears a proud tradition of scholarly excellence in the fields that it embraces: the study of the Jewish people, including their history, religion, literature, and place in civili... 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 >

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

  • Brandeis University’s one year Master of Arts Program in Teaching Chinese prepares students to be instructors of Chinese language and culture at colleges or other institutions that offer Chinese-medium content courses... more >

  • Whether you want to prepare to enter a doctoral program or simply deepen your knowledge of philosophy, the Brandeis Master’s program in Philosophy will give you a solid grounding in the key areas of the discipline. 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 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 Music department’s graduate programs concentrate in two areas: Composition and Theory, and 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 Gender... more >

  • If you want to deepen your knowledge of the languages, literatures, art, archaeology, religion, philosophy and history of ancient Greece and ancient Rome, consider our exciting Master of Arts program. more >

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

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