Covers Colleges, Universities, and other centers of learning that provide an intensive, Jewish oriented course of learning. Your institution need not be accredited. If your institution qualifies, please submit your institution for this category. This may include Jewish studies programs at universities worldwide. Yeshivas and Midrashot are not to be included here.
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Provides an undergraduate, interdepartmental curriculum which serves as a basis for understanding Jewish culture, religion, and civilization.
Offers an interdisciplinary program exploring the evolution of Jewish civilization and its expression in history, literature, philosophy and religion.
Focal point for the study and teaching of Judaica through publications, fellowships, lectures, and discussions.
Coordinates interdisciplinary studies, focusing on Jewish civilization in its historical and contemporary dimensions.
Examines aspects of Jewish society, history, language, literature, and culture, including Jewish beliefs and practices.
Analyzes Jewish civilization and its cultural and religious expressions from the biblical period to the present.
Offers yeshiva, birthright, Judaic studies, and executive learning programs with a focus on developing community leadership skills.
Offers courses for all levels in Hebrew language, literature, cognate Semitic languages, Yiddish, Jewish history, Rabbinics, and Jewish philosophy.
Independent institution sponsored by the Lubavitch movement, offering degrees based on business and computer information curriculum in a religious environment.
Offers classes, programs and symposiums in all aspects of Judaism. Designed for men and women of college age and older with little or no prior Jewish education in the Chicago Metropolitan area.
Hebrew language ulpan offering activities for involvement in Israeli society and culture.
College for Jewish women in Israel and abroad, providing beginner to advanced level credited college courses for women in Jewish studies. Offers additional week long and summer seminars.
Offers beginner to advanced level Jewish courses for men. Program length varies. Orthodox.
Major research institution with extensive bibliography, conference announcements, papers and e-mail discussion group.
Focuses on Jewish society, texts, ideologies, and institutions comparatively in relation to surrounding societies and cultures.
Provides an interdisciplinary perspective on Jewish history, religion, language, and culture from biblical times to the modern day.
The rabbinical school for Reconstructionist Judaism, training prospective students for ordination.
Personalized Torah education for women, focusing on practical learning and integrating Torah and Mitzvot into daily lives.
Offers academic degree programs in Jewish studies and communal services. Provides research facilities, exhibitions, and collections.
Offers courses and symposia on Jewish history, literature, language, religion and politics. Students may create individually designed majors in Jewish studies.
National resource for education and research on contemporary, historical, cultural, religious, and political aspects of Jewish life.
Devoted to post-doctoral research on Jewish civilization in its historical and cultural manifestations.
Offers Jewish Studies courses and a minor degree, lectures, symposia and international conferences open to the community.
Provides technological study programs targeting high-tech and engineering fields with an intensive dual program in Jewish studies.
Offers degrees in Judaic Studies, pre-cantorial studies, and Jewish education, with the option of archaeological excavations in Israel.
Jewish creative learning institute, emphasizing intellectual openness, rigorous textual analysis, and opportunities for personal spiritual growth.
Offers a wide range of courses, scholarships, internships, and study-abroad programs for Jewish Studies students.
Encompasses Hebrew language and literature as well as medieval and modern Jewish history and culture.
Focuses on American Jewish studies, history, identity and Israel, rabbinical tradition, Hebrew linguistics, and literature.
Offers study opportunities with a focus on social concern, awareness, and spiritual expression.
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