Whether you’re building a career as a teacher, laying the groundwork for a future as an educational leader, or deepening your existing expertise as an educator, a degree from the William Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education will accelerate your path to success in the field of Jewish education.
Our partnerships with Teachers College, Columbia University—the nation’s largest graduate school of education—and Union Theological Seminary ensure that participants in our programs receive the most advanced training from both pedagogical and religious leaders.
The William Davidson School offers two areas of focus for our master’s students to choose from: Pedagogy and Teaching, and Educational Leadership.
We understand that students’ interests often extend across and beyond these two areas, which is why students work with advisors from year one to design a customized program of courses that corresponds to the areas of education and Jewish studies that most interest them.
The William Davidson School offers doctoral programs for veteran educators looking to become pacesetters in the field of Jewish education.
Our doctoral programs build upon students’ years of experience in the field, helping them develop their research skills to shape the future of Jewish education.
To accommodate participants’ demanding schedules and responsibilities, we offer two options: Full-time and Executive.