All classes at Maalot Yerushalayim, both kodesh and chol, have been recommended for credit by the National College Credit Recommendation Service (formerly PONSI). Limudei kodesh courses are evaluated as upper-level college classes. Most students graduate with a B.A. from Thomas Edison State University or Charter Oak State College, both regionally accredited colleges. Other college options include Empire State College, Excelsior College, and Concordia College.
Maalot students have gone on to many graduate schools such as Concordia (Sara Shenirer) Long Island University (Reb. Bulka), NYU, Adelphi, Columbia, University of Southern California, University of Maryland, Wurzweiler Yeshiva University, Touro and Hunter College. They have pursued professions in education, social work, counseling, psychology, nursing, physician’s assistant, occupational and speech therapy, graphic and web design, computer science, business and others.
A year at Maalot Yerushalayim opens the door to professional employment opportunities. Our highly accomplished and professional chol teachers are yirei shamayim who inspire our students while giving them sophisticated skills. Our program offers the following academic tracks
STUDENTS OF THE PAST FEW YEARS HAVE TRANSFERED THEIR MAALOT CREDITS TO EARN THE FOLLOWING DEGREES
- BA Psychology
- BS Psychology
- BA Computer Science
- BA Biology
- BS Business Management and Economics
- BS Human Development
- BA General Studies-Judaic Studies
- BA Liberal Arts
- BA Liberal Studies with a Concentration in Social Sciences
- BA Liberal Studies with a Concentration in Psychology
- BA Liberal Studies with a Concentration in Natural Science/Math
Business and Accounting
Are you interested in gaining business and managerial skills that will enable you to enter the workforce or to enter a MBA program?
Maalot’s business program offers you this as well as giving you skills for all aspects of life.
The program offers a range of courses including human resource management, marketing principles, management technique, and principals of accounting.