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Overview

Overview

Yeshiva University's Katz School of Science and Health is an academic powerhouse in the heart of New York City, home to a community of world-renowned research scientists, tech builders and patient-centered clinicians working on problems that matter. Its focus is on industries that are central to the modern economy: artificial intelligence, biotechnology, cybersecurity, data analytics, digital marketing and media, mathematics, physics and health sciences. In the lab, classroom and clinic, Katz School students and faculty lead with kindness, integrity, generosity and a commitment to making the world smarter, safer and healthier.

The Katz School takes an interdisciplinary approach to research and education, encouraging collaboration between departments to drive innovation and find solutions to the toughest challenges facing society today. Students benefit from a hands-on education, working side-by-side with faculty to build technologies, conduct research, and experiment in the lab.

The Katz School is a global and diverse community, deeply connected to New York City's rich professional and social environment. Katz School faculty are highly qualified educators, researchers and industry experts from around the world, and they communicate their skills and knowledge to students of all backgrounds. Katz graduates are well prepared for competitive jobs and meaningful careers.

Yeshiva University's Katz School is a place where bold, purpose-driven people come to create, connect and explore. Yeshiva University is ranked 68th by U.S. News & World Report 2022 and a top 100 university in the United States by Forbes 2019.

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What's new

What's new

  • Yeshiva University's Katz School of Science and Health offers pioneering graduate programs in Artificial Intelligence, Digital Marketing and Media, Biotechnology Management and Entrepreneurship, and more.
  • In the most recent U.S. News & World Report, Yeshiva University is ranked 68th among Best National Universities in 2022.
  • 95% of Katz graduates are employed within 6 months of graduation. Katz students have conducted research, completed internships and landed jobs at major companies including IBM, BlackRock, Bank of NY Mellon, Standard & Poor's, Merck, American Eagle Outfitters, New York City MTA, New York Stem Cell Foundation, Digitas North America, Radware, Kantar Health, Lucerna and more. 
  • The Katz School recently launched the STEM Fellows program. STEM Fellows receive industry mentorship through their studies, showcase and publish their research in the Katz School's annual symposium, and receive a scholarship reducing total tuition for their graduate degree to $25K.
  • The Katz School held its annual research Symposium on Science, Technology and Health on May 12, 2022. The eleven projects showcased during the 2022 Symposium offer a glimpse into the exciting work Katz School graduate students are doing to advance scholarly knowledge, impact industry challenges and transform lives.
  • For the second year in a row, M.S. in Cybersecurity students took first place in the annual ISACA cybersecurity case study challenge. ISACA is a leading professional organization for cybersecurity and IT.
  • Katz School Mathematics Professor Marian Gidea has been appointed to the National Science Foundation (NSF) as a program director in the Mathematical Sciences Division.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

The Katz School takes an interdisciplinary approach to research and education, fostering the creativity, collaborative thinking and builder mindset required to take on today's toughest problems. Courses are taught by exceptional researchers, clinicians and practitioners, including well-published scholars and leading industry experts. Students build lasting relationships with faculty and receive close faculty mentorship throughout their graduate experience.

Learning at the Katz School is more than just sitting and listening. Students learn by doing-working shoulder-to-shoulder with faculty to build technologies, conduct research, and experiment in the lab. By conducting case studies, simulations, research and individual and team projects, Katz students tackle real-world challenges and are prepared for a lifetime of professional success. 

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Department structure

Department structure

Founded in 1886, Yeshiva University (YU) is a US News top-100 research university in New York City. YU serves over 5500 students across three undergraduate schools and seven graduate and professional schools, including the Cardozo School of Law, the Katz School of Science and Health, the Wurzweiler School of Social Work, the Ferkauf School of Psychology, and renowned affiliates such as the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

The Katz School of Science and Health is YU's flagship school for STEM. The Katz School is led by Paul Russo, University Vice Provost and Dean, Katz School of Science and Health. As Dean Russo commented: ''The growth in Yeshiva University's prestige as a research university is directly linked to the rising fortunes of the Katz School of Science and Health. We are advancing scholarly knowledge and transforming lives through pioneering research, citywide initiatives, new technologies and innovative clinical diagnostics''

The Katz School serves over 400 graduate students each year and has alumni from over 30 countries. The school offers master's programs in cutting-edge STEM disciplines, including:

  • M.S. in Artificial Intelligence
  • M.S. in Biotechnology Management and Entrepreneurship
  • M.S. in Cybersecurity
  • M.S. in Data Analytics and Visualization
  • M.S. in Digital Marketing and Media
  • M.A. in Mathematics
  • M.A. in Physics

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

The Katz School welcomes applications from international students. The school takes a holistic approach to admissions and seeks students with intellectual curiosity, a capacity for rigorous academic work and a commitment to their field of study.

All applicants must meet the academic requirements for their specific degree program, including minimum GPA and any prerequisite knowledge or coursework. International students will need to satisfy the same academic criteria as domestic students and must demonstrate proficiency in the English language. Evidence can be shown through completion of the TOEFL IBT exam, IELTS, or the Duolingo English Test (DET) with the following minimum requirements: TOEFL: 85 IELTS: 6.5 Duolingo: 110 PTE: 59. Tests must be taken no more than two years prior to the date of your application.

Applications for 2023 are submitted online and will be accepted on a rolling basis. Application requirements include a completed online application, a $50 USD application fee, transcripts (in English) from all universities and colleges attended, a statement of purpose, a resume/CV, and proof of English proficiency. Some programs have additional requirements. Complete application requirements and other admissions-related information can be found on the university's website.

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Scholarships & Funding

Scholarships & Funding

The Katz School currently offers the STEM Fellows program, which includes a $9-$15K scholarship (amount varies by program), reducing total tuition to $25K for a graduate degree. In addition to the scholarship, STEM Fellows receive industry mentorship through their studies and have the opportunity to showcase and publish their research at the Katz School's annual Symposium on Science, Technology and Health.

STEM Fellows have conducted research, completed internships and landed jobs at major companies including IBM, BlackRock, Bank of NY Mellon, Standard & Poor's, Merck, American Eagle Outfitters, New York City MTA, New York Stem Cell Foundation, Digitas North America, Radware, Kantar Health, Lucerna and more. 

The STEM Fellows program is open to both US and international students. International students will be able to work up to 3 years in the United States for their STEM OPT. Applicants are automatically considered for the STEM Fellows program at the time of their application no additional application is needed. STEM Fellows may apply external scholarships (e.g., Fulbright, NSF, government support) towards their tuition but may not combine other scholarships from Yeshiva University or the Katz School with the STEM Fellows scholarship.

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Graduate outcomes

Graduate outcomes

Katz faculty, students and alumni are change-makers and entrepreneurs who bring science, technology and health innovations to market. They are advancing scholarly knowledge and transforming lives through pioneering research, citywide initiatives, new technologies, innovative clinical diagnostics and protocols, and more.

95% of Katz graduates are employed within 6 months of graduation. Katz students have conducted research, completed internships and landed jobs at major companies including IBM, BlackRock, Bank of NY Mellon, Standard & Poor's, Merck, American Eagle Outfitters, New York City MTA, New York Stem Cell Foundation, Digitas North America, Radware, Kantar Health, Lucerna and more.

The achievements of recent alumni and their continued contributions to society are clear evidence of this success. The University is rated the 68th Best School overall and the 33rd Best Value School in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report 2022.

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