TOWSON TOWSON UNIVERSITY Scholarships available for highly UNIVERSITY qualified applicants. Faculty TOWSON UNIVERSITY Hana Bor, Program Director Graduate Programs in Jewish Education and Jewish Communal Services Associate Professor, Education/Instructional Leadership & Professional Development Beth Steiner, Recruitment Director Graduate Programs in Judaic Studies Judaic Studies Ph.D., Baltimore Hebrew University Graduate School Susanna Garfein, Program Director 8000 York Road Jewish Studies Towson, MD 21252 Assistant Professor, Hebrew Bible and Northwest Se- mitic Languages Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies Phone: 410-704-4719 Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University Fax: 410-704-4675 E-mail: email@example.com Barry Freundel Assistant Professor, Rabbinic Literature and History Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies Rabbinical Ordination, REITS, Yeshiva University Ph.D., Baltimore Hebrew University Barry M. Gittlen Professor, Biblical and Archaeological Studies Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies Baltimore Hebrew Institute provides scholarship for Jewish Studies Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania affiliated graduate students, and supports community outreach programs and adult education. Jewish Communal Rebecca Shargel Services Assistant Professor, Literacy & Jewish Education For more information contact Department of Educational Technology & Literacy Jewish Education EdD, William Davidson School of Education, JTS Erika Schon, Director 410-704-7117 Shimon Shokek firstname.lastname@example.org Professor, Jewish Thought and Mysticism Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies Michelle Taylor, Assistant Director Ph.D., Hebrew University of Jerusalem 410-704-7118 email@example.com Valerie Thaler Assistant Professor, American Jewish History Department of History Ph.D., Yale University www.towson.edu/bhi Judaic Studies Programs Jewish Studies Jewish Jewish The Master of Arts in Communal Education Jewish Studies in the College of Liberal Arts Services The Master of is an interdisciplinary program that Arts in Jewish Education in the College The Master of Arts in Jewish Communal offers students immersion in Jewish of Education provides students with the Services in the College of Liberal Arts classics and humanities as well as most current and essential tools to prepares students for careers as comprehension of the scope of the become highly qualified and effective professional leaders for the Jewish Jewish experience. Graduates of this Jewish educators in formal and community. The program utilizes a program often pursue advanced informal Jewish educational settings. multi-dimensional curriculum that degrees in areas such as Archaeology, combines courses in leadership and Two tracks are available: Rabbinics, Biblical History or communal service with Judaic studies Teaching Languages. and practical field experience. Administrative Core components include a six course Core components of both tracks Core components include: sequence and a major in one of five include: fields: Six graduate Jewish studies courses Six graduate Jewish studies core Six professional courses Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern courses Supervised internship in Baltimore / Civilization Two education core courses Washington, D.C. area Rabbinic Literature Three methodology Practicum seminar Jewish Thought & Mysticism or Administration courses Portfolio Jewish History Jewish education elective Contemporary Jewish Studies Supervised internship in Baltimore / Dual degrees options with area MBA, Washington, D.C. area MSW and MPP programs are Dual degrees in all Judaic studies Practicum seminar available. Post Baccalaureate Certifi- programs may be earned with Portfolio cate also available. special permission of the program directors. Dual degree offered with MAT at All programs are supported by the outstanding Towson University. Post Baccalaureate 80,000 volume BHI Judaic Library collection at the Albert S. Cook Library at Towson University. Certificate also available.
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