About Graduate Professional Studies

Brandeis University and Graduate Professional Studies Advantages

Our Division
Brandeis University’s Graduate Professional Studies division (GPS) is dedicated to developing innovative graduate programs for working professionals. GPS offers 11 fully online, part-time master’s degrees and one online graduate certificate program. With four 10-week sessions each year, Brandeis GPS provides exceptional programs with a convenient and flexible online approach. Courses are small by design and led by industry experts who deliver individualized support and professional insights.

What can Brandeis University Graduate Professional Studies offer you?
Cutting-edge degree options and all the benefits of being part of a world-class research university. Our online programs make you part of a small and dynamic virtual class, ensuring that our excellent instructors can give you intensive, individualized attention. We are committed to providing you with rigorous education and support as you master a new discipline to advance your career.

Why Brandeis University Graduate Professional Studies?
It is certainly possible to earn a master’s degree at many fine institutions, but there are compelling reasons why you should consider studying at Brandeis University:

  • Experience Brandeis standards of excellence
  • Engage in online classes that are capped at 20 students
  • Learn from industry practitioners
  • Create meaningful professional connections in your field
  • Apply the latest industry techniques

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“In a recent survey to alumni, 96% of respondents were likely to recommend Brandeis University Division of Graduate Professional Studies to a friend or colleague (Brandeis University, Rabb School of Continuing Studies, GPS Alumni Survey, 2017).”

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