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Post Pesach Program

Yeshiva University Post Pesach Program
for Shana Bet Men

 Post Pesach Program: April 17 - May 24, 2023

The Post Pesach Program is a unique opportunity for returning Shana Bet students to get a taste of everything Yeshiva University has to offer. The Post Pesach program enables students to get a jump start on their college experience by allowing them to take up to six college credits over six weeks. A wide variety of exceptional classes are available in both Yeshiva College and the Sy Syms School of Business. Taught by exciting and invigorating professors, these classes will help students satisfy core requirements for either program. Students will have the opportunity to build life long connections with our world class Rabbeim as well. As part of the program, small and individualized academic advising sessions will be provided to enable to students to properly register for the following Fall 2023 semester.

The Post Pesach Program will be in person.  There will be no virtual option for the program.

Yeshiva College Courses

MUS 1018 Aesthetic Revolutions - Fulfills Contemporary World Cultures Requirement, Professor Daniel Beliavsky-3 Credits
1:10-2:40 PM Mon-Thurs; 10:40 AM -12:10 PM (Virtual) Friday

This exploratory course in music philosophy predominantly concerns the 19th century-an era of significant revolutions in society, and thus in music and the arts-and early modernism. By exploring this era's remarkable music, philosophy, and art, we will develop critical appreciation, reading, and reasoning skills. We will also learn how this era's major interrelated disciplines, the so-called sister arts (music, theater, ballet, literature, poetry, visual art, etc.), built the foundations for 20th century artistic thought and practice, an area of study you may pursue further in Music and the World Wars (COWC/MUS 1013), a course offered by the music department.

ECO 1010 Introduction to Economics - Fulfills Human Behavior & Social Institutions Requirement, Professor Karen David-3 Credits
4-5:30 PM Mon-Thurs; 9-10:30 AM (Virtual) Friday 

Introduction to the principles of micro- and macroeconomics: supply and demand, the behavior of firms and consumers; theory of comparative advantage; how markets work; market failures; policy issues such as taxation regulation, and redistribution of income, general equilibrium, business cycles, inflation, unemployment; national income accounting; monetary and fiscal policy; public debt and social insurance international trade and exchange rates; long-term growth. 

JHI 1300 Medieval Jewish History - Fulfills Jewish History Requirement Professor Chaviva Levin-3 Credits
1:10-2:40 PM Mon-Thurs; 10:40 AM-12:10 PM (Virtual) Friday

The Jewish people from the Gaonic period (500 C.E.) to 1550.

Sy Syms Business School Classes

MAR 2650 No Coding Marketing Analytics
- Dr. Gil Pelleg-3 Credits
1:10-2:40 PM Mon-Thurs; 10:40 AM-12:10 PM (Virtual) Friday

In this course, we examine advanced methods of applied data analytics to understand current marketing challenges and provide solutions to deal with them. A deeper understanding of the data sources available for marketers today, coupled with the proper tools will enable the students to devise a successful marketing strategy. The course starts with a descriptive approach to investigate sales data analysis, CRM, and surveys. Then takes a diagnostic approach to understand the business results. Finally, we implement a predictive modeling approach to examine the efficiency of different marketing tools with ROI as a benchmark. The course will be conducted in Excel, using various Excel add-ons.

JUD 2630 Jewish Public Policy - Rabbi Daniel Feldman-2 Credits
2:50-4:20 PM Mon-Thurs (NO Friday)

This course examines the intersection of Judaism and public policy in three ways: (1) Jewish approach to public policy issues, (2) how public policy affects the Jewish community, (3) internal application of public policy to Jewish community institutions and organizations.

Shiur: Rabbi Dovid Hirsch
Shiur: Rabbi Netanel Wiederblank

Register HERE for Post Pesach Program 2023.

To see the Post Pesach Program 2023 Calendar, Click HERE


We are excited to have our Post Pesach students the opportunity to stay on campus in our dormitories. Living on campus is strongly encouraged for all participants and allows students to participate in activities with Post Pesach Rabbeim, study in our world class Beit Medrash, and workout in our modern and updated gym.

Students will be charged $1,350 for their six week stay on campus. In addition, students will have the opportunity to purchase dining dollars to eat in any of our on campus eateries.

Please check back soon for more information.

For any additional questions, please contact Rabbi Josh Frohlich, or Rabbi Jonathan Cohen,


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