Required Courses for the Major (24 units)
Elective Courses (21 Units)
Combined Bachelor's Degree in Family Science and Master's Degree in Jewish Communal Service
The combined Bachelor’s to Master’s program is designed to allow students to complete both the undergraduate and graduate degrees in five years, including 9 units taken during the summer terms. Students are required to demonstrate proficiency in Hebrew Language. The following graduate courses will count toward the undergraduate and graduate degrees and will be completed by the student in the senior year of study: FMST 550 Fundamentals of Leadership in the Nonprofit Sector (3); FMST 555 Fundraising, Friendraising and Volunteer Management (3). These 2 courses (6 units) will meet the major requirements for Elective Area IV: FMST Elective. The graduate course chosen for the Jewish Studies Elective (3) in the Master’s program will fulfill one of the two courses required for the undergraduate major in the section Elective Area II: Interdisciplinary Electives.
For more information about the combined program, visit the Jewish Communal Service Graduate Program pages or contact Dr. Hana Bor at email@example.com.
Department of Family Studies and Community Development