Live Online Classes
JTS offers multiple opportunities for adult learners across the globe to study online with our renowned faculty. Join an online class on your own or, if you’re an organizational leader, work with us to create a customized learning program for your community.
Join an Online Class
JTS offers online classes that create live, interactive opportunities for study with top-caliber scholars. Encounter compelling Jewish scholarship that brings the texts and wisdom of our tradition to bear on contemporary dilemmas. Courses delve deeply into specific areas of Jewish text, history, philosophy, religion, arts, and literature.
Who It’s For
Adult learners across the globe are invited to participate in our live online classes. All levels and types of Jewish learning background are welcome for most courses. Select courses are offered at an advanced level.
JTS also offers online learning programs designed specifically for Jewish clergy.
Biblical Hebrew at JTS
Would you like to read the Bible in the original on your own, without needing to rely on a translation? Enhance your understanding of and appreciation for the Biblical text through JTS’s online Biblical Hebrew program, which offers beginner through advanced courses.
To learn more about live online classes for individuals or customized learning programs for communities, please contact us at email@example.com.
JTS | Timely Insights, Timeless Wisdom
With Dr. Sarit Kattan Gribetz, JTS Fellow and Associate Professor of Classical Judaism, Fordham UniversityRead More
Online | Timely Insights, Timeless Wisdom
Dr. Shira Billet will uncover a fascinating weekend in JTS history when Chief Justice Earl Warren and Former President Harry S. Truman came to JTS.Read More
Online | Community Courses | Online Learning
Dr. Elissa Bemporad. the Jerry and William Ungar Chair in East European Jewish History and the Holocaust and Professor of History at Queens College and the CUNY Graduate Center. will offer a snapshot of the specific social, economic, and political contexts that encourage the rise of anti-Jewish conspiracies in different times and places in history, including present-day America.Read More