This program combines clinical knowledge of educational methodology and theory with grounding in Jewish studies. Students choose from Administration or Teaching tracks.
Students interested in teaching in Day Schools are advised to also earn a Graduate Certificate in Jewish Studies or a second master's degree in Jewish Studies (MAJS).
The master's degree requires 36 credits, which may be completed online, on campus, or in a blended format. Students also complete a 3-credit, minimum 200-hour, unpaid internship (part of the 36-credit requirement).
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For more information, contact Dr. Ruth Sandberg, Academic Advisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-635-7300 x168.