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Jewish Studies Course Registration

Jewish Studies Course Registration

Jewish Studies Course Registration

Jewish Studies Course Registration

Course registration is for current Spertus Institute Jewish Studies students. Please review course details before completing your registration.

Before registering for courses, students must be admitted to one of Spertus Institute's Jewish Studies graduate programs — or be accepted as non-degree student who meets prerequisite requirements and wishes to enroll in courses for credit.

Course Registration and Payment

Spertus Institute welcomes course registration from students with accounts in good standing.

An account in good standing is defined as:

  • Student’s unpaid account balance is less than $2,500 (roughly two courses).
  • The most recent payments on past due balances are within the last six months.

Students who do not meet these criteria will need to pay down their balance prior to registering for additional courses.

Refund Policies

Refund policies vary by course format. Please review the specific policy listed in your course registration form.

A non-refundable $25 fee is charged on all course registrations forms.

Registration Links

Summer 2023 Seminar Course Registration (Onsite at Spertus Institute, June 4-8, 2023)

Independent Study and Doctoral Course Registration
Independent Study registrants and Doctoral students (DHL and DSJS) should check with their advisor before registering.

Independent Study Course Registration
Doctor of Hebrew Letters (DHL) Course Registration
Doctor of Science in Jewish Studies (DSJS) Course Registration


Upon approval, you will receive a note confirming your course registration(s).


  • For questions relating to Jewish Studies courses, including which course to register for next, please contact your advisor.
  • For questions about payment, please contact Spertus Finance Coordinator Judith Wood at


Considering a graduate degree in Jewish Studies?

Spertus Institute graduate programs in Jewish Studies are offered through a unique blend of distance learning and on-campus instruction (when safe for us to do so). Courses cover Jewish history, thought, and culture, accompanied by study of classical Jewish texts. LEARN MORE>