- American Jewish University (AJU), with its Familian and Brandeis-Bardin campuses, is one of the most dynamic institutions on the West Coast and one of the largest and most innovative Jewish institutions in the country. It is a school for Jews, and non-Jews, the observant and the secular. The College of Arts and Sciences offers an innovative, personalized undergraduate experience repeatedly commended by U.S. News and World Report and the Princeton Review. Students benefit from a remarkable student-faculty ratio of seven to one. AJU is home to two cutting-edge masters' degree programs: The David Leiber School of Graduate Studies offering an MBA in Nonprofit Management; and the William and Freda Fingerhut School of Education providing superb training in the field of Jewish education. Both are ranked among the finest graduate programs in the country. The Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies is a full-fledged five-year rabbinical school that values rigorous scholarship, embraces the splendors of spirituality, and ordains Conservative rabbis to lead in the twenty-first century. The Whizin Center is the largest and most comprehensive resource for Jewish adult education in the country. Whizin offers extensive and diverse opportunities for learning and involvement including the very popular, Making Marriage Work.