This graduate-level certificate program prepares future Jewish communal professionals in other disciplines or enhances the Jewish studies background of those already employed within the Jewish community. It may also be taken by students pursuing full master’s degree programs in other disciplines to broaden their career options. Courses taken in the certificate program may be applied toward the fulfillment of requirements for master’s degree programs at Gratz College.
The certificate program requires 18 credits (3 Jewish communal professional courses and 3 Jewish education courses). Students may complete the program online or on campus. Check our rosters for course schedules.
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For more information, contact Debbie Aron, Program Coordinator, 215-635-7300 x 115