If you’re interested in one of the Katz School’s STEM-approved programs in Artificial Intelligence, Biotech Management, Cybersecurity, Data Analytics or Digital Marketing, you’ll have two great options this fall—complete your degree fully on campus or fully online—so that you can choose what works best for your schedule and level of comfort.

Both options are eligible for the Bright Futures Scholarship that offers a fixed tuition of $25,000. Learn more about Bright Futures at https://bit.ly/32l7lSG.

Classes start Monday, Sept. 14, so there is still plenty of time to start your application at gradapp.yu.edu.

Online and on-campus students will share the same lectures, readings, notes, assignments and discussions, so you’ll have access to your course materials and classmates anytime, anywhere. You’ll get the same great education, the same expert faculty and the same career and academic supports. And if you ever want to move from on-campus to online, or the other way around, you can explore your options with your program director.

Our chief value at Yeshiva University is the preciousness of life. We are taking every reasonable measure to protect the safety, health and security of our students, faculty and staff, and we will continue to monitor and update our plans as the health situation requires us.

The plan for re-opening, which is being guided by internal working groups, the advice of external medical professionals and city and state agencies, will include testing, monitoring, tracing and isolation. Additionally, we are securing the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) for all people in our buildings, as well as proper cleaning protocols to ensure our campus is continually sanitized. For more information about the university’s planning, visit Covid-19 Updates at https://bit.ly/2ZxVdfk.

For quick facts about online versus on campus, visit Learning at Katz at https://bit.ly/2ZxjMce.

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