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Dedicated to its Jewish heritage, non-profit Gratz College aims to serve as a “vital force for Jewish education” by “training teachers and leaders” worldwide with the means of innovative technology. The school was founded in Pennsylvania in 1895 and has continued to promote Jewish studies by offering bachelor’s degrees, master’s degrees, both professional and nonprofessional, in addition to degrees in education, and certificates of study specializing in fields of Holocaust and Genocide, Jewish education, music and communal studies. Typical programs, like the Jewish Studies or Jewish Education degrees offer the option of in-house, online, or blended learning.
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