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An Exceptional Education

The Katz School and Albert Einstein College of Medicine hosted a webinar series on business and entrepreneurship in biotechnology on May 20, June 17 and July 15.

Welcome to the Katz School of Science and Health

At the Katz School of Science and Health, you will become part of a top 100 university and, more important, a community that is changing the world. You will have the freedom to choose online or on-campus courses taught by an exceptional group of industry-leading faculty who will help you build a professional network. The skills and strategies you will harness at the Katz School of Science and Health will allow you to push boundaries in many in-demand and high-wage industries and to shape your own path to success.


Our graduate programs prepare you for a lifetime of professional advancement in up-and-coming fields like artificial intelligence, biotechnology and health, cybersecurity, data analytics and visualization, digital marketing, mathematics, physics and quantitative economics. 


Our Associate of Science in Management is an on-campus program combining a rigorous Jewish and business education. Upon graduation, students can pursue a Bachelor’s in Business and Management at the Sy Syms School of Business.

Summer Session

We invite students from across the country to be a part of the YU summer experience in a vibrant NYC setting or online, right from your home. Our Summer courses are rigorous, affordable, and a great way to get closer to your degree.

Katz News

Jochen Raimann

Study Quantifies Benefit of Water Filtration System in Rural Ghana

The incidence of life-threatening diarrhea plummeted among residents in several rural villages in Ghana over a five-month period after they began using water purified with repurposed hemodialyzers, according to a study published by a Katz School professor in Scientific Reports in July. “This is a major public health outcome particularly since diarrhea is well known to be associated with deleterious consequences, such as acute kidney injury and death particularly in younger children and the elderly,” said Dr. Jochen Raimann, who teaches in the Biotechnology Management and Entrepreneurship program.

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