Experiential Education & Jewish Cultural Arts

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Master of Arts in Education & Human Development (M.A.Ed.&H.D.)

Department of Educational Leadership

The only program of its kind in the country, the Experiential Education and Jewish Cultural Arts degree will expand your knowledge and teach you pedagogical practices of an arts and culture-based approach to Jewish education. As Jewish cultural programming continues to grow, you will be equipped to assume leadership roles within Jewish community centers, YMHAs, summer camps, college campus organizations, museums and other cultural organizations.

Thanks to generous grant support from the Jim Joseph Foundation, a leader in the nation’s efforts to enhance and expand Jewish education, qualified applicants may receive up to 85% in tuition support. 

 

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Credit Hours

48

Delivery

Full-Time

Program Entry

Summer

Prerequisites

Bachelor's Degree

 
Carol Stapp

Carol Stapp

Associate Professor
Museum Education
Jenna Weissman Joselit

Jenna Weissman Joselit

Professor
Experiential Education and Jewish Cultural Arts

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ESRI - February 28, 2015