Having never gone to a yeshiva, but having interacted with rabbis and laymen who have, I am unclear on which Jewish texts are studied and which are either not, or which are given a more cursory overview. I realize that this surely varies from one school to another, but I would appreciate it people would answer what is commonly studied at "standard Orthodox yeshivas", places like Lakewood, Telz, Mir, REITS, etc.
For instance, I would assume they study major tractates like Brachot, Avot, Bava Metzia, etc, but what about more obscure tractates like Ma'aserot or Ma'aser Sheni? Do they study midrash like Bereshit Rabbah, Vayikrah Rabbah, Pirke d'Rabbi Eliezer, or Avot d'Rabbi Natan? Do they spend more time on original sources like the Talmud tractates, or on medieval compendiums like Mishneh Torah and Shulchan Aruch? Do they give much time to mussar works like the Chofetz Chaim? Aside from all this later writing, to they allot any time to study Navi (the biblical prophets)?