Academic Programs
Jewish University System
and its affiliated
institutions

Office of the Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs
Lubavitch International College of Law

Juries Doctor
Master of Science in International Law

Graduate On-site, hybrid and on-line Programs
Admission/Application Requirements   

Admission to the Doctoral's and Master's  Degree Admission/Application Requirements   

Admission
s to the graduate degree programs is competitive. Applications are individually reviewed and  
Applications are individually reviewed and admission is offered to those applicants who meet both
qualitative and quantitative criteria. All required documentation must be received before an admission
decision can be offered.

Doctor of Philosophy in Judaic Studies
Doctor of Education in Leadership
Doctor of Health Services Administration
Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology
Doctor of Practical Nursing
Master of Arts in Rabbinic Studies
Master of Science in Education
Master of Arts in Humanities and Judaic Studies
Master of Science in Non-for-Profit Management
Master of Science in Nursing
Master of Science in Health Services Administration
Master of Science in Education
Master of Science in Hospitality
Master of Science in Psychology

     
Undergraduate On-site,  hybrid and on-line Programs

Bachelor of Arts in Judaic Studies (BJS)
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (BA Psy)
Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies
Bachelor of Arts in Jewish Education
Bachelor of Science in Social Communication
Bachelor of Arts in English Education
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
(RN/BSN)
Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration
Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry
Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education
Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication
Graduate Admissions requires standard tests sch LSAT, GRE, and GMAT.   Exception may be done based on the curriculum of the student and the cmmunity
and work experience of the applicant.