Curriculum Map - Jewish Education

All courses are three credits, unless otherwise noted.

Master of Education (M.Ed.) – Jewish Instructional Education

Merging current pedagogy with the deep traditions of Jewish education, the Jewish Instructional Education concentration serves those wishing to improve their skills and knowledge base for day school, supplementary school, and informal education positions in a myriad of Jewish instructional settings.

Students in this concentration must take the three required core courses in the M.Ed (9 credits), as well as 15 additional elective credits in Education. The Jewish Instructional Education concentration-specific requirements are as follows:


Concentration Required Courses (18 credits)
  • EDU 510: Fundamentals & Orientations in Jewish Education (3 credits)
  • Jewish Education Methods Electives (6 credits)
  • Jewish Studies and/or Jewish Education Electives (9 credits)
    These courses may be taken from Jewish Education, Jewish Studies, or Holocaust & Genocide Studies
Hebrew Language Proficiency
Students must achieve a competence level of Hebrew III by the time they complete the degree program. In order to meet this requirement, they may take Hebrew at Gratz College, transfer credits from an approved program, or place out by testing.

All courses are three credits, unless otherwise noted.

Master of Science in Nonprofit Management (MSNPM) - Jewish Educational Administration Concentration

Degree Requirements (36 credits)

  • Required Core (24 credits)
  • Electives (12 credits)
  • Hebrew Language Proficiency
Required Core (24 credits)
  • MGT 572: Organizational Behavior
  • MGT 510: Fundamentals of Human Resources
  • MGT 542: Financial Management of Nonprofit Organizations
  • JED 510: Fundamentals and Orientations in Jewish Education
  • JED 522: Supervision in Jewish Education
  • EDU 516: Principles in Instructional Design
  • EDU 518: Legal & Ethical Issues in the 21st Century Classroom
  • EDU 522: Effective Learning Assessment
Electives (12 credits)
  • Jewish Education or Jewish Studies Electives (6 credits)
  • Nonprofit Management Electives (6 credits)

Hebrew Language Proficiency

Students must achieve a competence level of Hebrew III by the time they complete the degree program. In order to meet this requirement, they may take Hebrew at Gratz College, transfer credits from an approved program, or place out by testing.

All courses are three credits, unless otherwise noted.

Doctor of Education in Leadership (Ed.D) – Jewish Education Concentration

Please see the Ed.D. page for more information.

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