Originally housed in Sinai Temple, the University was located at a number of Los Angeles sites before moving to its present home, the picturesque Familian campus in Bel Air in 1979.
Today, Featuring an innovative undergraduate curriculum, including a Bioethics major that successfully prepares students for medical school, the university s College of Arts and Sciences is drawing students from across the nation, even the globe.
In addition to Bioethics, undergraduate fields of study include: Business; Public Policy; The Joint B.A/M.B.A Program; Jewish Studies; Journalism; Liberal Studies; Literature and Communications; Political Science; U.S. Public Policy and Psychology.
Non-Profit Management, Education and the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies are the academic "Crown Jewels" in their graduate program.
The University is located in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA, with an enrollment of about 180. Student housing is available for 218.