An in–depth study of Hilchos Shabbos. This course will begin to address the Melochos. A section detailing the nature of Melochos, their etymology and Talmudic interpretation, plus prerequisites for Biblical transgression (Issur D’Oraisa) is included.

An in–depth study of Hilchos Shabbos. This course will continue to address the Melochos. A section detailing the nature of Melochos, their etymology and Talmudic interpretation, plus prerequisites for Biblical transgression (Issur D’Oraisa) is included.

An in–depth study of Hilchos Shabbos. This course will continue to address the Melochos. A section detailing the nature of Melochos, their etymology and Talmudic interpretation, plus prerequisites for Biblical transgression (Issur D’Oraisa) is included.

A comprehensive survey of Hilchos Kashrus to provide the student with the knowledge of Kashrus. Major topics include prohibited foods: Biblical and rabbinic, meat and milk categories of nullification (Bitul) and categories of taste. Emphasis will also be placed on practical contemporary issues.

A study of the laws pertaining to brachos. Major topics covered in the course are general principles of brachos, formal structures of brachos, Torah and Talmudic sources of brachos and diverse types of brachos.

A study of the laws pertaining to brachos. Major topics covered in the course are general principles of brachos, formal structures of brachos, Torah and Talmudic sources of brachos and diverse types of brachos.

This course takes an in depth look at all the Halachic aspects relating to Yom Tov.  The basic differences between the Melochos on Shabbos and Yom Tov are the foundation of this course. Therefore a sufficient knowledge of Hilchos Shabbos is a prerequisite for this course.

This course takes an in depth look at all the Halachic aspects relating to Yom Tov.  The basic differences between the Melochos on Shabbos and Yom Tov are the foundation of this course. Therefore a sufficient knowledge of Hilchos Shabbos is a prerequisite for this course. Other topics of study include preparation from one day to the next, Tircha, Muktzah, Nolad, Eruv Tavshilin, and the positive Mitzvos of Yom Tov.