Maybe you’re seeking a bachelor’s degree or a PhD, or you’re looking to get a high school diploma. You might be an aspiring rabbi, a musician or a future educator. As long as you’re committed to the study of Judaism, you may explore these and other interests at Jewish Theological Seminary in New York City. Taught by Rabbis, Cantors and lay scholars, bachelor’s and graduate degree programs at Jewish Theological examine Judaism in a variety of contexts. Some examples include: *Ancient Judaism *Hebrew Language *Jewish Art and Visual Culture *Jewish Education *Jewish Gender and Women’s Studies *Jewish Literature *Jewish Music *Rabbinical Studies While these fields are offered at the undergraduate and graduate level, those who have yet to complete high school may take these courses as well. Jewish Theological’s Ivry Prozdor High School is a unique contribution that Jewish Theological has made to help foster Jewish education while granting a high school diploma. Student life promotes Jewish culture and religious practice through Shabbat dinners, retreats, sacred musical events and celebration of all Jewish holidays. Rabbis are also available on campus to provide religious counseling. Students may also explore their creative side through participation in performing art and theatre programs. Jewish Theological also hosts field trips to Broadway shows and museums throughout the city. Both need and merit-based financial aid is awarded to those who qualify. If you’re interested in applying to Jewish Theological Seminary, explore its online application or contact a school representative today.
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