So you're interested in studying education? YU has you covered, from undergraduate to graduate and beyond. Our undergraduate offerings include a major or minor at Stern College for Women; a joint degree program at Stern or Yeshiva College, offered in conjunction with YU's Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration; and a combined degree program. Additionally, qualified women students at Sy Syms School of Business can pursue the education minor offered through Stern.
But your education pathway doesn't have to end there. Eligible Stern and Yeshiva College students can continue their study at YU's Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration, which offers master's and doctoral programs. The school also offers a dual degree MS/MA program. And through the YU-affiliated Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, students can pursue semicha [rabbinical ordination], empowering them to serve as rabbi and teacher, and enroll in advanced-degree programs at YU's graduate schools.
Other education opportunities are also available through YU's Institute for University-School Partnership and the Center for the Jewish Future.