Learn More About our Programs
March 3rd Information Session from 7-9 p.m.
Meet with faculty, alumni, students, and admissions staff
Your goals, realized. Your impact, bold. Our graduate programs prepare you for a lifetime of professional advancement in the fields that are shaping our world.
- Artificial Intelligence (MS)
- Biotechnology Management and Entrepreneurship (MS)
- Cybersecurity (MS)
- Data Analytics And Visualization (MS)
- Data and Privacy Law (Cardozo MSL)
- Digital Marketing and Media (MS)
- Mathematics (MA)
- Physics (MA)
- Quantitative Economics (MS)
- Quantitative Finance (Specialization in MS in Quantitative Economics)
- Speech-Language Pathology (MS)
Our faculty comprises industry professionals and research-active academics who ensure you will master the professional competencies that define your field.
Coursework at Katz is project-based, meaning your assignments are based on issues you'll encounter at work. Faculty will present you with a problem and then you'll apply the theory and techniques you learn in class to solve it. This approach means you'll build a portfolio of real-world projects that will give you an added advantage with employers and doctoral programs.
Your classmates matter too. The Katz School embraces YU's mission of Bringing Wisdom to Life and, as a professional school, we also recognize that life brings wisdom to the classroom. Our students come from diverse backgrounds and from around the world. We believe that listening to and learning from a variety of perspectives makes for a richer academic experience and better prepares you for career success. Katz students are motivated, passionate, and curious and working to make society smarter, safer, and healthier.
See why U.S. News & World Report has ranked Yeshiva as one of the top 100 universities in the United States.
International students may be eligible for extended Optional Practical Training (OPT) to work in the United States for up to 36 months after graduation.