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japper86 Posted - 24 November 2005 20:22
anyone know of a frum place to get a degree-besides touro and sarah schenerir they are both wayyy too expensive. im looking to go into either special ed or school psychology. any ideas would be greatly appreciated. thank you
funcused247 Posted - 30 November 2005 18:32
how abt TI in chicago?... i know plenty of ppl hu went there to get the degrees your lookin into.
grafix Posted - 30 November 2005 18:32
i guess you want new york area.
if you have the stamina, you can take courses online. there are plenty of those.
or, if you want to go to israel, there's maalot and moreshet. they both offer psychology along with the kodesh.
can't think of anything else right now...
Basi Posted - 30 November 2005 22:05
BS"D
Maalot Los Angeles, Maalot Baltimore, or Maalot New York.
bruriaheww Posted - 01 December 2005 15:41
Come back to Israel
taon Posted - 01 December 2005 20:39
are frum colleges possible, or is that an oxymoron?
japper86 Posted - 01 December 2005 20:39
israels our of the question, though thats definetaly my 1st choice :-). i found out that sarah schenerir is anly for special ed. isnt maalot a seminary program also, what if i want only a college?
neshama Posted - 04 December 2005 1:47
lol taon. good question tho. hmmmmmmm
love2live Posted - 22 January 2006 1:39
i just wanna say u guys should really appreciate the fact that u have frum colleges in america, if there was one in england it would solve like every problem of mine!!! :)
Basi Posted - 30 May 2006 2:19
BS"D
love2live-
So come to America. Maalot Baltimore has a dorm, and you could for sure board with a family in NY.

to whoever asked about maalot being a sem-
Maalot is many things and it depends on which city you are talking about. Maalot LA, NY, and Baltimore all give degrees, offering a program of secular studies and limudei kodesh. Maalot NY and Baltimore ALSO have one year seminary programs, and anyone can take half day post-seminary limudei kodesh program. Maalot LA doesn't have a one-year seminary program, and some other Maalots (like Detroit and Montreal I think) do give degrees, they just offer college level classes. And I don't even know about Maalot in Israel (there they also have for men apparently).

Basi Posted - 09 June 2006 19:09
BS"D
Correction:

Maalot is many things and it depends on which city you are talking about. Maalot LA, NY, and Baltimore all give degrees, offering a program of secular studies and limudei kodesh. Maalot NY and Baltimore ALSO have one year seminary programs, and anyone can take half day post-seminary limudei kodesh program. Maalot LA doesn't have a one-year seminary program, and some other Maalots (like Detroit and Montreal I think) DON'T give degrees, they just offer college level classes. And I don't even know about Maalot in Israel (there they also have for men apparently).

college_choices Posted - 26 June 2006 2:36
There are also alternative college programs. Some you can do with or without going to campus. Anyone have any experience with TTI, SKRG or AHS?
keepitup Posted - 26 June 2006 16:36
Maalot in Yerushalayim is a half day shana bet seminary, and the other half of the day is limudei chol. They are on the Neve Yerushalayim campus, and have really amazing teachers. Moreshet is a program that shares chol classes, but the limudei kodesh program is geared toward kiruv.
Basi Posted - 03 July 2006 21:51
BS"D
Also TI in Chicago.
snelling Posted - 22 September 2006 15:02
Some seminaries have (somewhat pricey) one-year or two-year degree programs. about $15,000 minimum/yr after financial aid is deducted. if you're interested I can help you get more info
tzvia123 Posted - 04 February 2007 20:13
Anyone know about frum graduate programs in psychology? I know these places do undergrad but I don't know about graduate. TTI is very good, but they only offer an undergraduate degree in psychology. They're pretty expensive, though.
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