Baltimore Hebrew Institute (BHI) supports the graduate programs in Judaic studies which include post-baccalaureate certificates, dual degrees and masters options. In addition, BHI offers adult education opportunities on and off campus.
Detailed information about masters degrees, dual-degrees, and post-baccalaureate certificates may be found in Judaic Studies programs . Direct links to the programs are listed on the right.
In addition, if you are 60 years of age or older, you may be eligible for the Golden I.D. Tuition Waiver Program. This program offers a significantly reduced flat fee rate for students taking up to three courses in the Judaic Studies programs.
Inspired by the Jewish value of study for its own sake (Torah l'shma), the Baltimore Hebrew Institute hosts an array of Judaic studies programs, including continuing education classes, Hebrew language courses, scholarly lectures, and symposia in order to encourage literacy, dialogue and understanding for and among people of all traditions. In addition, the BHI serves as a bridge between Towson University and the broader community interested in higher Jewish education.