Rabbi Michael Shire, dean of the Shoolman Graduate School of Jewish Education

Master's Degree Programs

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If you are Interested in accelerating your career in Jewish education, you might be interested in this article by Orna Siegel. MJEd'16 entitled  "Taking it to the Next Level: How a Master's in Jewish Education Helped Me Advance My Career." Siegel is Director of Enrollment and Tuition Assistance at Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School in Washington, D.C.


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The Shoolman Graduate School offers two master's degree programs that prepare professionals to transform and elevate Jewish educational settings for 21st century learners. See which program is right for you:

Master of Jewish Education

For: Jewish teachers and educators working in Jewish educational settings who want to transform their educational practice.

Specialization options: 

Length of program: 2-3 years, part-time. 

Format: Online coursework and two supervised field experiences. On-campus study option available.

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Dual Degree: Master of Jewish Education/Master of Arts in Jewish Studies


For: Jewish teachers and educators working in Jewish educational settings who want to enhance their knowledge of Jewish studies and transform their educational practice. 

Specialization option: Jewish arts education.

Length of program: 3 years, part-time. 

Format: Online coursework and two supervised field experiences. On-campus study option available. 

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CONTACT INFO

Rabbi Michael Shire
Dean
617-559-8617
mshire@hebrewcollege.edu

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