The Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration (AGS) offers several tracks leading to the Master of Science (MS) degree. To meet the diverse needs of our students, AGS offers full-time one-year program tracks for those who are able to dedicate significant daytime hours to their studies, and evening-based two-year program tracks for those currently employed in the field of education. Our Master of Science in education is designed to combine coursework with field experience, resulting in graduates who are highly skilled and professional educators.
- Pre-Service Master's Program (One Year)
- Two-Year Teacher Program
- BA/MS Program: Stern College for Women/Yeshiva College (One Year)
- Smicha Student Master's Program
- Online Master's Program
- Azrieli-Revel Dual Degree MS/MA Program
Expand Your Potential
From small schools to large Universities, a graduate degree from Azrieli is valued by prominent institutions. Our graduates go on to become principals, educators and leaders at a wide range of organizations, including:
- The Ramaz School
- SAR Academy
- John Jay
- Solomon Schechter
- Lincoln Square Synagogue
- and many more.
To be considered for admission applicants should:
1. Complete the online application which includes an essay and $50 application fee payable by credit card.
2. Submit two official copies of undergraduate transcripts to the AGS office. (Applicants from Yeshiva University do not need to send official transcripts.)
3. Submit two letters of recommendation to the AGS office.
4. Submit a .jpg photo of yourself for your file to: Rabbi Eliezer Barany
5. Complete individual interviews with two faculty members.
6. GRE’s or other standardized achievement tests may be required at the discretion of the Dean or the Director of the master’s program.
Transcripts and recommendations should be sent to:
Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration
Wilf Campus – Belfer Hall 311
500 West 185th Street
New York, NY 10033
Find Out More
The director of the master’s program, Dr. Moshe Krakowski, in collaboration with the AGS faculty, designs the policies, procedures and curriculum for each of the MS tracks. Located in Belfer Hall, Room 311, the Office of the Master’s Program coordinates all aspects of the MS tracks under the leadership of Rabbi Eliezer Barany, the student engagement and communications coordinator. Inquiries can be directed to Rabbi Barany at 212.960.5400, ext. 5949, fax: 212.960.0184 and via email: email@example.com. Dr Krakowski can be contacted at 212.960.5287, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and during office hours at Belfer Hall, Room 304.