Jewish Educators Can Now Begin Advanced Degrees During Any Semester
To make its graduate programs even more accessible to Jewish educators worldwide, Yeshiva University’s Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration recently announced that students will be able to enroll in its programs during any semester.
Previously, prospective students would have to wait until the fall semester to begin an online or traditional master’s at Azrieli. By adopting a more flexible rolling admissions policy, the school hopes to better meet the needs of busy professionals.
“We are really aiming to meet the needs of all Jewish educators, wherever they work, whatever level they are—seasoned or novice—whatever model of learning they need, and whether they need a degree or simply to advance their practice,” said Azrieli Dean Rona Novick. “To that end, we are opening rolling admissions, we offer fully online degrees, evening courses on campus for working educators, and joint programs with the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, the Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies and the YU undergraduate programs.”
Azrieli also opens courses to non-matriculated students each semester, providing educators in the field with opportunities to advance their learning and access talented Azrieli faculty without committing to a degree program.
For more information about Azrieli’s master’s programs and admissions requirements, visit https://www.yu.edu/azrieli/prospective-students/masters-programs.