Brandeis University, the parent institution of Brandeis International Business School, was founded in 1948. The Brandeis International Business School was first established as the Graduate School of International Economics and Finance (GSIEF). A large no. of student enrollment was seen in economics and finance courses, and the Ph.D. in International Economics and Finance was created in 1994. In 1998, the Master in Science of Finance, and MBA programs were added. The school got its current name of Brandeis International Business School in 2003. The name was chosen to reflect its broadened teaching scope and expertise.
Brandeis International Business School is part of Brandeis University, located in Waltham, Massachusetts. Brandeis International Business School offers graduate and undergraduate degree programs in business, finance, and economics, with over 3,000 alumni in over 100 countries. There are 8 Graduate and Undergraduate Degrees provided in the school. The Degree programs offered are
- Master of Arts in International Economics and Finance (MA)
- Masters in Business Administration (MBA)
- Master of Science in Finance (MSF)
- Ph.D. in International Economics and Finance
- BA/MA program for Brandeis University and partner school undergraduates
- Accelerated MA for undergraduates studying economics and business
- Undergraduate Business Major and Minor
- Undergraduate Economics Major and Minor
The school also includes a lot of centers. There are 7 centers and the Bloomberg Lab in Brandeis IBS.