The Jewish Education concentration is a track within the Jewish Studies major. Interested students must meet with the Program Director and be accepted into the track.

39 credits above the Jewish Studies requirement: 15 credits of Jewish Studies with at least 9 credits in BIBL and the remaining 6 credits in either JHIS or JPHI or JUDS; EDUC 2301, 2807; JEDU  2319; 3215, 3216,3218, 3225, 3226: Teaching Bible (3 credits-AGS).

The following courses, which may apply toward the General Education Requirements, are also required: EDUC 2201, 2807 and an Education elective; plus PSYC 1010 and 3400 (same as EDUC 1210).

Some of the above courses may be taken in the Azrieli Graduate School (AGS).

Proficiency in Hebrew is required.

Details of the Jewish Education track are available from the Program Director.

A joint bachelor’s-­master’s program in Jewish Education is offered together with Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration. Interested students should consult the Office of the Registrar. Courses in Jewish Education are not part of a program designed for the preparation of teachers in the public schools and are, therefore, not applicable to certification by the New York State Education Department.