New York University
Graduate School of Arts and Science
Hebrew and Judaic Studies
70 Washington Square South
New York City, NY 10012
Ph.D.-Hebrew and Judaic Studies; Ph.D. (joint program)-Hebrew and Judaic Studies and History; Ph.D.-Ancient Near Eastern and Egyptian Studies, M.A.-Hebrew and Judaic Studies; M.Phil.-Hebrew and Judaic Studies; M.A.-Hebrew and Judaic Studies with a Concentration in Museum Studies; M.Phil., Ph.D. (joint program)-Hebrew and Judaic Studies and History; M.A.-M.P.A. (dual degree)-Hebrew and Judaic Studies and Public and Nonprofit Management and Policy (with Wagner Graduate School of Public Service); M.A. -Ancient Near Eastern and Egyptian Studies; M.Phil. -Ancient Near Eastern and Egyptian Studies
The Skirball Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies offers programs leading to the M.A. and Ph.D. degrees. Doctoral students may earn a master's degree in the course of their studies. Students may also complete a specific series of courses in Hebrew and Judaic studies and museum studies, qualifying for a master's degree with concentration in museum studies. A dual degree program offered jointly with the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service provides opportunities for students to earn an M.P.A. in public and nonprofit management policy and a master's degree in Hebrew and Judaic studies. A joint program in Hebrew and Judaic studies and history enables outstanding students to pursue a doctoral degree in the two departments simultaneously. In addition, the department sponsors the program in Ancient Near Eastern and Egyptian Studies, which offers master’s and doctoral degrees.
Accreditation:New York University is a member of the Association of American Universities and is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
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Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Intensive
Locale: Large City