Master's students will address critical issues facing the American Jewish community; hone nonprofit management skills in fundraising and development; examine the structure of the Jewish community and organizations; and develop a strong foundation of Jewish knowledge.
The master’s program requires 37 credits, including a 600-hour supervised internship with Philadelphia-area Jewish organizations and institutions. First-year study may be completed on campus or online; the second-year seminar and internship require some on-campus presence. The program also offers a 46-credit Master’s in Jewish Communal Service with a specialization in Jewish Nonprofit Management.
For more information, contact Debbie Aron, Program Coordinator, 215-635-7300 x 115