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We offer academic counseling to help you succeed in your studies. You should make use of this offer not just at the beginning of your studies, but throughout. Our academic advisors can guide you regarding all content-related and organizational questions of studying Jewish Theology. They are also responsible for recognizing previous studies and transfer credits from other programs, or for placing you in more advanced classes.
Director of the degree program: Prof. Walter Homolka PhD PhD DHL
Academic Advisor: Susann Schober, M.A.
For more general questions, e.g. choice of program, organizational issues, financial support, please contact Central Student Advisory Service.
The following lists of books are representative of current academic scholarship in the various fields taught at the School of Jewish Theology. The two lists offered here are meant to be suggestive of the kind of scholarship that a graduate at the B.A and M.A level should be familiar with.