• Master's Program: Traditional Part-Time Program

    The purpose of the master's program is to prepare highly qualified Jewish educators for teaching positions in Jewish day schools an yeshivot across the country.

    Program Structure: Core Requirements and Sequence

    The program is geared toward educators currently working part or full time, with all coursework offered in the evenings during the school year and during the day for the summer semester. The master's is a 36-credit program. 

    The recommended requirements and sequence can be downloaded (PDF).

    UPDATED JULY 2013

    All students are required to complete a workshop in Child Abuse Identification and Reporting as well as Violence Intervention – SAVE

    Childhood Abuse Identification and Reporting is offered at no cost face-to-face every semester. Check our announcements for the upcoming dates.

    Violence Intervention – Save can be completed online through Azrieli Graduate School. Send email to srosenb7@yu.edu to register. Be sure to Include your name and YU ID in the email message. 

    This is a 2 hour workshop that can be completed online at any time prior to graduation.

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