Course Offerings

Courses


A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

P

R

S

T

U

W

J

This course explores the common roots of ancient Rabbinic Judaism and early Christianity in the first five centuries CE. We will study both the theological similarities between the two movements and the ways in which they developed into distinctly different religious traditions. Topics to be...

Read more
Semester: Online Fall Semester B: October 24 to December 18

This course offers a graduate-level introduction to Judaism in the Modern Period. Together with a brief survey of Jewish history during this period, the course will concentrate on the religious and ideological challenges posed to Judaism by modernity and the range of Jewish responses, such as...

Read more
Semester: Spring Online Semester A: January 2 – February 26

M

Modern Jews have interpreted the Bible in ways that are radically new, under the impact of movements such as Reform Judaism and feminism, and events such as the Holocaust. Understanding these new approaches is a key to how modern Jews think about topics such as Israel and social justice. The...

Read more
Semester: Spring Online Semester B: February 27 – April 30

P

This course provides an overview of the concepts, procedures and fundamental processes of project management. Participants are introduced to the principles, tools and techniques of project management within an integrative framework. The course emphasizes that projects...

Read more
Semester: Online Fall Semester B: October 24 to December 18

S

Successful interfaith dialogue does not happen automatically, nor does it happen overnight. This course will explore the best practices for successful interfaith dialogue and what common pitfalls to avoid in leading an interfaith dialogue. Students will be provided with many useful and...

Read more
Semester: Online Fall Semester A: August 22 to October 23

T

Systems thinking, as described by...

Read more
Semester: Spring Online Session A: January 2- February 26

This course will survey the history and present state of the Jewish Diaspora, focusing on the Jewish communities apart from the United States.

Semester: Online Fall Semester A: August 22 to October 23

W

In the Jewish world, one basic skill is to know how to how to fashion a discussion, a devar Torah, or a short sermon on  the Torah portion that is read that week in synagogue, called in Hebrew the parashat ha-shavua. In the last three books of the Torah. there are many portions that have little...

Read more
Semester: Online Fall Semester B: October 24 to December 18

Pages

TAKE THE NEXT STEP...