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Discusses theoretical concepts, practical insights and their application to leadership within Jewish communal institutions. Focuses on inspiring and developing effective leadership by addressing topics such as building a vision, encouraging collaboration, overcoming obstacles, recognizing...

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

This course examines the relationship between law, public policy, and current issues in P-12 education. Course content analyzes historical and contemporary legal, political, and ethical issues of public and private schooling, with an emphasis on state and federal educational law, the political...

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Semester: Spring B: February 27- April 30

The 21st Century offers a great many challenges to teacher including significant advances in technology and a changing landscape in the law. Education professionals and administrators must be aware of federal and state common law, legislation and regulations in the performance of their duties....

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

The 21st Century offers a great many challenges to teacher including significant advances in technology and a changing landscape in the law. Education professionals and administrators must be aware of federal and state common law, legislation and regulations in the performance of their duties....

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

The 21st Century offers a great many challenges to teacher including significant advances in technology and a changing landscape in the law. Education professionals and administrators must be aware of federal and state common law, legislation and regulations in the performance of their duties....

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

This program traces the history of the participation of Jews in American music, from Irving Berlin’s “God Bless America” to Big Band music to Rock ‘n’ Roll and even to Rap. There was a major Jewish presence in all music, whether it was MoTown or Philadelphia’s American Bandstand. Rabbi Sussman’s...

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Paul Finkelman, our new President of Gratz College, was the Chief Expert Witness in the lawsuit over the famous Alabama Ten Commandments Monument put up by Roy Moore, who was then Chief Justice of Alabama. Dr. Finkelman will talk about the case, about Judge Moore, and about why monuments...

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This non-credit course is designed to assist students as they prepare their final thesis or project. It will discuss expectations for format and approach as well as provide guidance for research methods and identify milestones students should be striving for in terms of timelines.

Semester: Traditional Spring term: January 2 – April 15, 2019

The 3-credit final project is a more practical approach to exploring and presenting applied research on a particular topic in the field of Holocaust and Genocide Studies. It must be completed under the guidance of an advisor. It offers the student an opportunity to explore a topic making use of...

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Semester: Traditional Spring term: January 2 – April 15, 2019

The 6-credit thesis must have a substantial research component and a focus that falls within Holocaust and Genocide Studies. It must be written under the guidance of an advisor. As the final element in the master's degree, the thesis gives the student an opportunity to demonstrate expertise in...

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Semester: Traditional Spring term: January 2 – April 15, 2019

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