Graduate Certificates

The MJTI Jewish Studies Program offers two Graduate Certificate programs. Full details can be found in the MJTI Catalog.

Graduate Certificate in Jewish Studies This five-course certificate is designed for students who want to get a substantial overview of Jewish studies. No Hebrew is required. Should the student wish to continue studies after obtaining this certificate, all courses will count toward the MJS degree.

  • T501 – The Shape of Messianic Jewish Theology
  • S502 – Apostolic Writings: The Early Messianic Jewish Community
  • SL501 – Messianic Jewish Spirituality
  • SL502 – Jewish Practices in Messianic Context
  • One General Elective

Graduate Certificate in Jewish Writings This five-course certificate is designed for students who want to focus on text-based Jewish study. Biblical Hebrew is a prerequisite for all but the Apostolic Writings course. Should the student wish to continue studies after obtaining this certificate, all courses will count toward the MJS degree.

  • S501 – Tanakh: The Beginnings of Judaism and the Jewish People
  • S502 – Apostolic Writings: The Early Messianic Jewish Community
  • R501 – Early Rabbinic Judaism I
  • R502 – Early Rabbinic Judaism II
  • Elective Seminar in Tanakh or Rabbinic Writings

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