The Fairleigh Dickinson University-Yeshiva Program offers a wide range of classes for the spring semester. The program’s director, Ira Jaskoll, will teach a course on sports administration. FDU offers a minor in sports administration and a master’s in sports administration, and Mr. Jaskoll hopes to create a specialization in sports administration in the FDU-Yeshiva Program.
The program meets at the Jewish Center of Teaneck and runs from Sunday, January 10, to Thursday, March 31. Classes are offered one day a week, Sunday through Thursday, in the afternoon, evening, and online. Yeshiva students who want to complete an FDU bachelor’s degree in one year can transfer their yeshiva credits, take CLEP and other exams, and complete 30 credits at FDU.
The scheduling also includes the popular “bein hazmanin” 11-day classes during Sukkot, Pesach, and Chodesh Av breaks.
Mr. Jaskoll has consulted with the New York Yankees and established and marketed the first Kosher Baseball Fantasy Camp. He also consulted with the Newark Bears, the Rockland Boulders, the Brooklyn Cyclones, and the Long Island Ducks on how to enhance their Jewish Heritage Days. He also recently helped the Maccabi Tel Aviv basketball team promote their game at Madison Square Garden.
For information, call (201) 692-2746, email email@example.com, or go to www.fdu.yeshiva.