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The Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning provides a comprehensive program of adult Jewish text study developed by professors at Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Small, pluralistic groups of learners and a dynamic faculty together explore a range of texts that elucidate central questions of Jewish history and life today. The cornerstone of the program is the “Core” curriculum, which consists of four courses taught over two years. Graduates of the Core program receive a certificate from Hebrew University of Jerusalem and are eligible to participate in all "Scholars" classes, which examine selected biblical texts and contemporary issues in greater depth.
What learners say about studying in Melton@Barrack:
The following Melton@Barrack classes now meet weekly:
Core Program First year (30 weeks, two hours per week; Tuesdays, 9:30-11:45am OR 7-9pm):
Core Program Second year (30 weeks, two hours per week; Tuesdays 12-2:15pm):