As a matriculated student, you may specialize in education by enrolling in the Master of Arts in Jewish education program at Gratz College. Your course work at RRC satisfies the Jewish studies requirements. You may also apply two RRC education courses to the seven graduate courses in education required for the Gratz master's degree. You must also complete an internship under the supervision of a joint RRC-Gratz committee.
For information on Gratz College's master of arts in Jewish education
program, contact Gratz's Office of Admissions at 215.635.7300, ext. 140, or 800.475.4635, ext. 140, or e-mail email@example.com.
As an RRC student you may obtain a certificate in women's studies with a concentration in Jewish women's studies. The program is sponsored jointly by the women's studies program at Temple University and Kolot: The Center for Jewish Women's and Gender Studies of RRC.