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soc.culture.jewish FAQ: Reform Judaism (10/12)
Section - Question 18.6.2: The Rabbinate: What is the course of study for the Rabbinate?

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   Biblical Hebrew, Modern Hebrew, archeology, Israeli culture, Bible,
   Midrash, Talmud, Codes, Homiletics, History, Education, Liturgy,
   Philosophy, Human Relations, Hebrew, Aramaic.
   
   There are also courses in professional development: working in a
   professional setting, education principles and techniques, the
   principles of counseling, making hospital calls, helping people with
   crisis.
   
   Specific information on the rabbinic program and admissions can be
   found at [5]http://www.huc.edu/catalog/rab.html,

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