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Yeshiva College of Nations Capital

Yeshiva College is a community of scholars dedicated to providing a vigorous and comprehensive education in Classical Jewish Studies. Using a curriculum based on the Great Books of Classical Jewish learning, students are expected to become proficient in the historical and intellectual development of Classical Jewish Literature and see it as a basis for Western thought. Yeshiva College offers a Bachelor in Talmudic Law degree, which combines intensive concentration in a major field of study with a comprehensive core curriculum in advanced Hebrew studies, including Biblical literature, Jewish philosophy, and Mishna. The program contains two major areas of concentration. A student may major in Classical Talmud or Contemporary Application of Jewish Law.

1216 Arcola Avenue
Silver Spring, MD 20902
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Type of Institution: Independent 4-year

Fall 2008 Total Enrollment: 43
Male: 43    Female: 0
Full-time: 43    Part-time: 0

2009-2010 Tuition and Mandatory Fees for Maryland Residents:
Full-time Tuition per year: $9,000
Mandatory fees: $300 registration

Campus Housing:
Room: $3,200
Board: $4,000

Degrees or Awards: Bachelor of Talmudic Law

Calendar: Semester with January interviews

Entry Requirements: Strong secondary school performance. The applicant must demonstrate his ability to work on a scholarly level with the material necessary for matriculation. The applicant must exhibit knowledge of Biblical Hebrew and Talmudic Aramaic adequate to deal with the material as presented in primary sources.

Application Deadlines: Last week in August

Title IV Code: M00178

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