The doctoral program in Jewish education provides an integrated program of general education, Jewish education and Jewish studies directed at preparing senior personnel for clinical and academic posts in Jewish education. Students will refresh and upgrade their professional skills, grooming themselves for leadership positions in the Jewish world.
This program requires 36 credits (12 courses) for those with master's degrees, and 72 credits plus clinical experience for those with bachelor’s degrees. Ideal for working professionals, the program is primarily conducted online. Students are required to take one course per year on campus, typically during the weeklong Summer Institute.