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Talmudical Academy of Baltimore

The Rabbi Samuel and Zehava Friedman College of Advanced Judaic and Talmudic Studies, Bircas Shmuel, an affiliate of the near 9-decade old Talmudical Academy of Baltimore engages its students in an in-depth, classical Jewish Studies curriculum the basis of which forms the conduit to the intellectual history of Western Thought. Rigorous course-work in Biblical and Talmudic Literature, Hebrew and Aramaic Languages, Jewish Law and Philosophy form the core curriculum. A Bachelor of Science in Talmudic Law and a Bachelor of Science in Jewish Education are offered to graduates.

4445 Old Court Road
Baltimore, MD 21208
410-484-6600 or 410-484-5717
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www.talmudicalacademy.org

Type of Institution: Independent 4-year

Fall 2008 Total Enrollment: 7
Male: 7    Female: 0
Full-time: 7    Part-time: 0

2009-2010 Tuition and Mandatory Fees for Maryland Residents:
Full-time Tuition per year: $7,500 - $10,000

Degrees or Awards: Bachelor of Science in Talmudic Law, Bachelor of Science in Jewish Education

Calendar: Fall and Spring Semesters

Entry Requirements: Applicants must demonstrate exemplary secondary school performance combined with knowledge of and fluency in Biblical Hebrew and Talmudic Arabic. Applicants must also demonstrate the intellectual readiness to engage in a rigorous Jewish Studies curriculum. Interviews required.

Application Deadlines: August 31

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