Degrees & Programs

The schools and colleges of Yeshiva University offer a full spectrum of undergraduate and advanced degrees and programs. Our undergraduate schools combine rigorous academics and unsurpassed Jewish studies together with varied courses in the liberal arts and sciences.

Joint and combined programs offer advanced degrees at one of our graduate schools or other top institutions in fields including engineering, occupational therapy, Jewish education, Jewish studies, law, social work, nursing and teaching.

We are home to one of the nation's top medical schools, one of the finest law schools established within the past 30 years and highly regarded graduate schools of social work, psychology, Jewish studies and Jewish education and administration. Innovations are continually made to create interdisciplinary areas and provide study opportunities in emerging fields such as health psychology, nuclear medicine and biomedical ethics. Additionally, Yeshiva University is always striving to provide more opportunities for interaction between the undergraduate schools and the graduate programs.

Yeshiva University College, Schools and Degrees

Yeshiva College: BA
Stern College for Women: BA, MA, AA
Syms School of Business: BS, MS
Albert Einstein College of Medicine: MD, PhD, MD/PhD, MS
Sue Golding Graduate Division of Medical Sciences: MS, PhD
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law: JD, LLM
Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies: MA, PhD
Wurzweiler School of Social Work: MSW, PhD, Certificate in Jewish Communal Service
Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology: MA, MS, PhD, PsyD
Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration: MS, EdD, Specialist's Certificate
The Katz School of Graduate and Professional Studies:  AS, MS, MA
Graduate Programs in Arts and Sciences:

Affiliated Educational Institutions

Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary
Philip and Sarah Belz School of Jewish Music
Yeshiva University High Schools (Yeshiva University High Schools for Boys/Marsha Stern Talmudical Academy and Samuel H. Wang Yeshiva University High School for Girls)
Yeshiva University Museum