Colleges And Universities In Baltimore, Maryland Part I

Colleges And Universities In Baltimore, Maryland Part I

Trying to decide where to go to college is one of the most challenging decisions you and/or your parents will face.

The State of Maryland is home to many exciting, historic and state-of-the-art colleges and universities. There are more than 350,000 full time students working toward degrees in Maryland.

Maryland is the home of nationally acclaimed medical facilities, leading literary institutions, world-class arts and music schools, and technology-driven campuses. The schools in Maryland represent the very best in education. Maryland has so much more to offer than just great institutions of higher learning. When you visit the colleges and universities in Maryland, take some extra time to check out the rich history, majestic mountains, beautiful lakes and beaches, outstanding national and state parks, major league sports, cultural attractions and so much more Maryland has to offer.

The college years in Maryland are more than classes, clubs and sports within the confines of the individual campuses. You will take home many pleasant memories of the state of Maryland from your college years.

As you visit schools in Maryland, visit Maryland.

The Baltimore Hebrew University is the premier academic institution of higher learning in Maryland. It is a university devoted solely to all aspects of Judaic and Hebraic studies.

Mission of the Baltimore Hebrew University:

• To provide students with the broadest understanding of the civilization of the Jewish people through programs leading to the Master of Arts in Jewish Studies (MAJS), and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Jewish Studies;
• The Master of Arts in Jewish Education (MAJE
• The Master of Arts in Jewish Communal Service (MAJCS)

These degree programs train professionals in all fields of Jewish communal service and offer courses for students choosing study for its own sake.

Baltimore Hebrew University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education and the Maryland Higher Education Commission. Full and part time students are welcome at the Baltimore Hebrew University.

If you want to earn certification from the National Board of License for Jewish schools and certification through the Maryland State Department of Education, Baltimore Hebrew University has a partnership with Goucher College to help you. The partnership with Goucher allows students to earn a MAJE from Baltimore Hebrew University and a Maaster of Arts in Teaching (MAT) from Goucher. The Maryland teacher’s certificate is reciprocally recognized by 38 other states.

Baltimore Hebrew University offers students the option of internal double degree programs in Jewish Education and Jewish Studies (MAJE/MAJS) and in Jewish Education and Jewish Communal Service (MAJE/MAJCS).

Students interested in the Master of Arts in Jewish Communal Service have the opportunity to pursue double master’s degrees combining and MAJCS from BHU together with a Master of Social Work (MSW) from the University Of Maryland School Of Social Work, a Master of Arts in Public Policy (MPP) from the University of Maryland Baltimore County or (MPP) from Johns Hopkins University, or a Master of Science in Pastoral Counseling with Loyola College.

The Baltimore Hebrew University is one example of the excellence in academic higher learning in Maryland.

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