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Master of Arts in Teaching Elementary/DeLeT (Hebrew)
Manuel Tuan

Master of Arts in Teaching Hebrew
Sarah Hascal and
Ilana Szobel

Programs in Teaching Hebrew: A Comparison Chart

Two distinct graduate degrees are offered through the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences in the disciplines of teaching Hebrew.  Please use the chart below to decide what program is most appropriate for you. Please note that the M.A. in Teaching Hebrew through the NEJS Department is not currently accepting applications.

Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.)/ Hebrew DeLeT (Education program)

M.A. in Teaching Hebrew (Near Eastern & Judaic Studies Department)

Career Objective For students interested in teaching Hebrew in Jewish day schools (kindergarten through middle school) and other Jewish educational settings For students interested in teaching Hebrew in colleges or universities; also for current in-service teachers in public schools or Jewish educational settings 
Entrance Semester Mid-June Fall
Program Duration Full-time, one calendar year (summer, fall, spring, summer) Two years; part- or full-time
Program Attributes One summer at Middlebury College in Vermont; year-long, mentored internship in a local day school; students also participate in Delet MAT track Part-time internship; may assist in an undergraduate class at Brandeis
Available Funding 70% tuition scholarships available Students are eligible for partial, need-based and merit-based scholarships