All applicants must have a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. There is a GRE requirement (GMAT is required for MBA program), as well as one year of college Hebrew or its equivalent by the time students complete their graduate studies at SJNM. Applicants must have strong Jewish identities and demonstrate engagement with Jewish life. Application deadline: February 2013.
In order to apply for HUC-JIR tuition grants, students must file the FAFSA. All foreign students should complete the CSS Profile in lieu of the FAFSA. Both the FAFSA and the CSS Profile Form can be filed online. Students also offset the cost of their HUC-JIR education through the stipends they receive in internships and other professional development opportunities that are a part of the curriculum. Please see http://www.huc.edu/admissions/aid.shtml for details.
Richard Siegel, M.A.C.J.S., M.A.J.H.
Director, School of Jewish Nonprofit Management
Fax: (213) 747-6128
- Programs and Initiatives - Degree Programs
HUC-JIR's School of Jewish Nonprofit Management provides a variety of two-year double master's degree programs in partnership with the University of Southern California, including the School of Planning, Policy and Development (MAJNM/MPA), the Marshall School of Business (MAJNM/MBA), the Annenberg School of Communications (MAJNM/MCM), the School of Social Work (MAJNM/MSW) and the Roski School of Fine Arts (MAJNM/MPAS). SJCS also offers a Joint MAJNM/MAJE and MAJNM/MARE degree together with the HUC-JIR Schools of Education, as well as a Certificate in Jewish Communal Service for students enrolled in other graduate programs..