Wish I could… I really should… I want to…
Now you can!
Yes, you can get the college degree you’ve been dreaming of (…that’s right, the one that you thought could never fit into your life…), while learning the subjects you love, at a pace you can handle, from the comfort of your own home!
Naaleh.com, the premier Torah video site with over 20,000 subscribers, has expanded to formNaalehCollege, an online college offering a Bachelors degree program in Judaic Studies based on Naaleh’s extensive Torah materials. You can now earn college credits while enjoying in-depth classes by world famous lecturers such as Rebbetzin Tzipporah Heller, Rabbi Hanoch Teller, Rebbetzin Shira Smiles, and Dayan Shlomo Cohen.
Best of all, the program is tailor-made for even the busiest lifestyle! On the one hand, you feel like you’re in a classroom environment, with regular contact with teachers, class discussion boards, and structured assignments. (In other words, they help you stay on track and actually finish!) On the other hand, you can watch/listen to classes at your own convenience, on a schedule that fits in with the rest of your life. Discover for yourself why Naaleh College students are saying, “I feel that I am fulfilling a lifelong dream,” and, “The classes at Naaleh College did not just increase my knowledge; they changed my life.”
In addition to its Judaic Studies program, Naaleh College offers Bachelors’ degrees in Business, Computer Information Management, and Psychology, as well as Associates degrees in Graphic Design and Computer Information.
The College is now enrolling students for Spring, Summer, and Fall 2013 semesters. Spring semester begins February 4, 2013, so you’ll want to look into this soon at www.naalehcollege.com.
Use the coupon code Jewishpress18 when enrolling before February 1st to have the $150 application fee waived entirely.
Check out www.naalehcollege.com, and amaze yourself with what you can accomplish!Jewish Press Staff
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