MA and Dual MA in Education and Jewish Studies

  • Career Options
    Program graduates may teach in Jewish educational settings, formal and informal. These settings may include day schools, supplementary schools, museums, and camps. Graduates may find employment in bureaus of Jewish education, associations that promote Jewish education, Hillels and other college-leve... Read More
  • Dual M.A.: Master of Arts in Education and Jewish Studies and Master of Arts in Hebrew and Judaic Studies
    Master of Arts in Education and Jewish Studies and Master of Arts in Hebrew and Judaic Studies The master's programs are designed to enhance the skills and provide training to teachers and aspiring administrators in Jewish educational settings. Philanthropists and communal organizations have place... Read More
  • Dual MA Degree Requirements
    The Dual MA program requires 58 credits. Students complete the requirements for both MA programs concurrently. The ability to count 6 credits of Hebrew and Judaic Studies electives toward the requirements for the MA in Education and Jewish Studies and 6 credits of Steinhardt electives toward the re... Read More
  • Resources at NYU
    The Libraries of New York University hold more than four million volumes, almost five million microforms, 500,000 government documents, 80,000 sound and video recordings and a wide range of electronic resources. The library subscribes to the key journals in the field, such as Jewish Education. The l... Read More
  • Sample Full-Time Dual MA Schedule (12-15 credits per semester)
    Fall I: FLGED-GE 2069 Teaching Foreign Languages: Theory and Practice HBRJD-GA 1518 The History of Jewish Education Over the Ages HBRJD-GA.3522 Israel: Struggle for Independence 1939-1948 SOED-GE 2002 Sociology of Education Spring I: EJST-GE 2003 The History of Jewish Education -- The Mo... Read More