In addition to its graduate-level professional programs, Yeshiva University offers graduate programs in economics and mathematics.
Master's Programs in Mathematics and Economics
The Master of Arts and doctoral programs offered by the Department of Mathematical Sciences are ongoing and continue a distinguished tradition in graduate science education at Yeshiva University. The Master of Science Program in Quantitative Economics commenced in fall 2012.
These programs are designed to produce specialists for industry, to prepare students for doctoral programs in the two disciplines and to supplement strong undergraduate programs in both areas. All first-year graduate courses are open to suitably prepared undergraduates. The doctoral program in mathematical sciences is designed to produce experts in an active field of mathematical research. The graduate programs reflect the research interests of our highly research-active faculty and include seminars and colloquia as well as formal lectures.