Joint Degree Programs

Kickstart your future as a Jewish leader

Graduate student Bailey Romano researching at the Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives at HUC-JIR/Cincinnati.

Ph. D. Program in Modern Jewish History and Culture (including The American Jewish Experience)

A New Joint Ph.D. Program with the Department of History at the University of Cincinnati

 Explore the many transformations of Jewish identity, religion, and culture in the modern world

Pursue advanced studies in the PSGS and the History Department at the University of Cincinnati. Benefit from the world-class archival and library resources of HUC-JIR and the diverse faculty specialties at both institutions.

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 www.modernjewishhistory.net

 

Ph.D. in Jewish and Christian Studies in the Greco-Roman Period 

Immerse yourself in the texts and culture of the classical world

Pursue advanced studies in the PSGS and the top-rated Classics Department at the University of Cincinnati. Students interested in Jewish and Christian studies of the Greco-Roman Period can utilize the resources of both institutions through coursework at HUC-JIR and the University of Cincinnati. Benefit from this unique opportunity offered by neighboring institutions.

 

Joint Ordination - Ph.D. in Judaic and Cognate Studies 

Become a rabbi-scholar and share the wealth of Torah with future generations

Academically gifted rabbinical students who wish to pursue a Ph.D. can enroll in the PSGS while completing their Rabbinical Program. Take your first year of Ph.D. course work during your fifth year of rabbinical school.