The Shoolman Graduate School of Jewish Education prepares professionals to transform and elevate Jewish educational settings for 21st century learners.
Students may pursue either a Master of Jewish Education or a joint MJEd and Master of Arts in Jewish Studies, as well as a number of professional certificates in Jewish education. Almost every program can be completed entirely online (except for the dual degree program with Jewish Studies) via our award-winning distance-learning courses.
The Shoolman School, in association with Combined Jewish Philanthropies, provides professional-development services for the Jewish community and further afield in the areas of special education, congregational education, early-childhood education and experiential education.
Advance Your Career
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.
Free Webinar: The World is Falling Apart - What Can Jewish Education Do About it?!
Rabbi Dr. Michael Shire, Hebrew College Chief Academic Officer, will be leading this free webinar. for Jewish educators and educators-to-be.
Becoming an Online Learner
Our graduates teach and lead in day schools, congregational schools, youth groups, camps, college campuses and Jewish communal organizations throughout the country.