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Board of Regents  |  University of the State of New York

Active Learning Experiences - Pirchei Shoshanim

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Titles of all evaluated learning experiences in Active Learning Experiences - Pirchei Shoshanim

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Location:

Various, distance learning format.

Length:

80 hours.

Dates:

July 2007 - Present.

Objectives:

Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: demonstrate mastery of the laws as outlined in the Shulchan Aruch pertaining to the requirement to take the four species (palm branch, citron, myrtle leaves and willow) on the festival of Sukkot and develop the ability to extrapolate from the studied material to draw precedents that apply to contemporary questions not covered within the traditional halachic literature.

Instruction:

The course is taught in an online format based on a guided self-study model. Students receive lessons on various topics twice a week. Lessons focus on selected halachic texts, primarily the Shulchan Aruch and emphasize the understanding halachic methodology and practical applications.

Credit recommendation:

In the upper division baccalaureate degree category, 6 semester hours in Advanced Hebrew Language, Advanced Hebrew Literature, Sociology, History of Law, Judaic Studies, Rabbinic Literature, Religion, or Philosophy of Religion (7/12) (11/17 revalidation). 

Location:
Various, distance learning format.
Length:

90 hours.

Dates:
July 2007 - Present.
Objectives:

Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: demonstrate mastery of the laws connected to Shabbat observance; develop the ability to rule on the applications of laws and extrapolate from studied material; and draw precedents that apply to contemporary questions not covered within traditional halachic literature.

Instruction:

The course is taught in an online format based on a guided self-study model. Students receive lessons on various topics twice a week. Lessons focus on selected texts related to Biblical Law and Rabbinic traditions and the understanding of halachic methodology and practical applications.

Credit recommendation:

In the upper division baccalaureate degree category,  6 semester hours in Advanced Hebrew Language, Advanced Hebrew Literature, Sociology, History of Law, Judaic Studies, Rabbinic Literature, Religion, or Philosophy of Religion (7/12) (11/17 revalidation). 

Location:
Various, distance learning format.
Length:

90 hours.

Dates:
July 2007 - Present.
Objectives:

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: demonstrate mastery of the laws connected to Shabbat observance; develop the ability to rule on the applications of these laws; and extrapolate from studied materials and draw precedents that apply to contemporary questions not covered within traditional halachic literature.

Instruction:
This course is taught in an online format based on a guided self-study model. Students receive lessons on various topics twice a week. Lessons focus on selected texts related to Biblical Law and Rabbinic traditions and the understanding of halachic methodology and practical applications.
Credit recommendation:

In the upper division baccalaureate degree category, 6 semester hours in Advanced Hebrew Language, Advanced Hebrew Literature, Sociology, History of Law, Judaic Studies, Rabbinic Literature, Religion, or Philosophy of Religion (7/12) (11/17 revalidation). 

Location:
Various, distance learning format.
Length:

52 hours.

Dates:
July 2007- Present.
Objectives:

Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: demonstrate mastery of the laws connected to Shabbos observance; develop the ability to rule on the applications of these laws; and extrapolate from studied materials and draw precedents that apply to contemporary questions not covered within traditional halachic literature.

Instruction:

The course is taught in an online format based on a guided self-study model. Students receive lessons on various topics twice a week. Lessons focus on selected texts related to Biblical Law and Rabbinic traditions and the understanding of halachic methodology and practical applications.

Credit recommendation:

In the upper division baccalaureate degree category, 3 semester hours in Advanced Hebrew Language, Advanced Hebrew Literature, Sociology, History of Law, Judaic Studies, Rabbinic Literature, Religion, or Philosophy of Religion (7/12) (11/17 revalidation). 

Location:
Various, distance learning format.
Length:

80 hours. 

Dates:
July 2007 - Present.
Objectives:

Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: demonstrate mastery of the laws connected to Shabbat observance; develop the ability to rule on the applications of these laws; and extrapolate from studied materials and draw precedents that apply to contemporary questions not covered within traditional halachic literature.

Instruction:

The course is taught in an online format based on a guided self-study model. Students receive lessons on various topics twice a week. Lessons focus on selected texts related to Biblical Law and Rabbinic traditions and the understanding of halachic methodology and practical applications.

Credit recommendation:

In the upper division baccalaureate degree category, 6 semester hours in Advanced Hebrew Language, Advanced Hebrew Literature, Sociology, History of Law, Judaic Studies, Rabbinic Literature, Religion, or Philosophy of Religion (7/12) (11/17 revalidation). 

Location:
Various, distance learning format.
Length:

80 hours. 

Dates:
July 2007 - Present.
Objectives:

Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: demonstrate mastery of the laws connected to Shabbat observance; develop the ability to rule on the applications of these laws; and extrapolate from studied materials and draw precedents that apply to contemporary questions not covered within traditional halachic literature.

Instruction:

The course is taught in an online format based on a guided self-study model. Students receive lessons on various topics twice a week. Lessons focus on selected texts related to Biblical Law and Rabbinic traditions and the understanding of halachic methodology and practical applications.

Credit recommendation:

In the upper division baccalaureate degree category, 6 semester hours in Advanced Hebrew Language, Advanced Hebrew Literature, Sociology, History of Law, Judaic Studies, Rabbinic Literature, Religion, or Philosophy of Religion (7/12) (11/17 revalidation). 

Location:
Various, distance learning format.
Length:

52 hours.

Dates:
July 2007 - Present.
Objectives:

Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: demonstrate mastery of the laws connected to Shabbat observance; develop the ability to rule on the applications of these laws; and extrapolate from studied materials and draw precedents that apply to contemporary questions not covered within traditional halachic literature.

Instruction:

The course is taught in an online format based on a guided self-study model. Students receive lessons on various topics twice a week. Lessons focus on selected texts related to Biblical Law and Rabbinic traditions and the understanding of halachic methodology and practical applications.

Credit recommendation:

In the upper division baccalaureate degree category, 3 semester hours in Advanced Hebrew Language, Advanced Hebrew Literature, Sociology, History of Law, Judaic Studies, Rabbinic Literature, Religion, or Philosophy of Religion (7/12) (11/17 revalidation). 

Location:
Various, distance learning format.
Length:

52 hours.

Dates:
July 2007 - Present.
Objectives:

Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: demonstrate mastery of the laws connected to Shabbat observance; develop the ability to rule on the applications of these laws; and extrapolate from studied materials and draw precedents that apply to contemporary questions not covered within traditional halachic literature.

Instruction:

The course is taught in an online format based on a guided self-study model. Students receive lessons on various topics twice a week. Lessons focus on selected texts related to Biblical Law and Rabbinic traditions and the understanding of halachic methodology and practical applications.

Credit recommendation:

In the upper division baccalaureate degree category, 3 semester hours in Advanced Hebrew Language, Advanced Hebrew Literature, Sociology, History of Law, Judaic Studies, Rabbinic Literature, Religion, or Philosophy of Religion (7/12) (11/17 revalidation). 

Location:

Various, distance learning format.

Length:

80 hours.

Dates:

July 2007 - Present.

Objectives:

Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: demonstrate mastery of the laws connected to Shabbat observance; develop the ability to rule on the applications of these laws; and extrapolate from studied materials and draw precedents that apply to contemporary questions not covered within traditional halachic literature.

Instruction:

The course is taught in an online format based on a guided self-study model. Students receive lessons on various topics twice a week. Lessons focus on selected texts related to Biblical Law and Rabbinic traditions and the understanding of halachic methodology and practical applications.his course is taught in an online format based on a guided self-study model. 

Credit recommendation:

In the upper division baccalaureate degree category, 3 semester hours in Advanced Hebrew Language, Advanced Hebrew Literature, Sociology, History of Law, Judaic Studies, Rabbinic Literature, Religion, or Philosophy of Religion (7/12) (11/17 revalidation). 

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