NEW YORK (Dec. 29)
Ninety four per cent of Yeshiva College’s graduates of June 1964, are continuing their studies in graduate schools, it was disclosed in a report by Prof. David Mirsky, dean of admissions of Yeshiva University.
Liberal arts and sciences is the most popular area of graduate study, drawing 45 per cent of the graduates, the report indicates. Law, rabbinic’s, and medicine follow, with 15 per cent, 13 per cent, and eight per cent of the graduates, respectively. Six per cent entered graduate study in education, four per cent are pursuing higher education in Israel, and one per cent each have entered business administration, dentistry, and social work.