Applied Rabbinic Theology (Taught) | Master's degree | Humanities & Culture | On Campus | 2 years | Leo Baeck College | United Kingdom
The MA in Applied Rabbinic Theology provides those studying for Rabbinic Ordination with the opportunity to combine the study of biblical and rabbinic texts at MA level with commensurate congregational and pastoral work and analysis, thus heightening the synergy between them. In addition, students will have the opportunity to study creative and comparative liturgy, Jewish responses to theodicy and readings in modern Jewish thought.
The MA in Applied Rabbinic Theology will be awarded to students who have successfully completed 180 credits. 60 credits are awarded for a dissertation of 20,000 words and the remaining 120 credits are obtained through the completion of modules.
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