Bachelor’s Degree Completion
The bachelor's degree completion program is intended for students who already have substantial credits from an accredited undergraduate institution. The program allows students to work towards a bachelor's of education or a bachelor's of Jewish studies.
Course of Study
In order to receive their degree, students will need to have completed 32 credits in general education. The specific program will be worked out with an advisor assigned to the student upon admission.
- Completion of 120 credits, detailed below:
|Bachelor of Arts in Jewish Studies|
|Selection of Jewish Culture Electives
|Senior Final Project
|Jewish Studies/Pedagogic Application Credits||6|
|Graduate Research Seminar
|Bachelor of Jewish Education|
- Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university
- Two letters of recommendation
- Official transcripts of all previous undergraduate and graduate study
- Application, two essays, phone interview
'LEARNING WITH THOSE WHO SHARE MY PASSIONS'
"I love being a part of this combined bachelor's/ master's program. The teachers are serious academics, extremely learned in their subjects, making it an absolute joy to learn with them. I thoroughly enjoy the ability to study in a global Jewish learning community, learning with those who share my passions and intellectual curiosity."
— Daniel Getz