The Judaic Studies Program offers a Graduate Certificate in Jewish Cultural Arts, a field of growing interest in the academic community. The graduate program equips students with the tools and context they need to infuse and sustain Jewish culture, arts and history at a variety of professional institutions. Our graduates form the next generation of advocates and leaders in Jewish museums, community centers, advocacy organizations, foundations, summer camps and Jewish cultural arts management.
Students may also be interested in the Master of Arts in Experiential Jewish Education, offered through GW's Graduate School of Education and Human Development.
The four-course certificate combines museum studies and Judaic studies material and can be completed in two years.
The MA degree program is a collaboration between the Judaic Studies Program and GW’s Graduate School of Education and Human Development
"I turned to the Experiential Jewish Education MA in hopes of pursuing a creative role in Jewish museums. Not only was I satisfied with the high-quality training, but I had many opportunities to engage with a wealth of issues in the field. I emerged a more thoughtful Jewish educator with a renewed intellectual hunger!"