Basar Bechalav-Home Study Semicha Course


A major Kashrus course covering all the laws relating to the separation between Meat & Milk and meat/milk forbidden mixtures.



The Basar Bechalav course consists of the study of chapters 87-97 in Shulchan Aruch Yoreh Deah and our Semicha Sefer on the subject.


A major Kashrus course covering all the laws relating to separation between Meat & Milk and meat/milk forbidden mixtures. Learning material workbook and textbook is provided upon enrollment. The course modules contain tests and assignment, per topic or chapter. The student works his way through each section until completion of the course. The students progress and assignments are directly overseen by Semicha aid author Rabbi Yaakov Goldstein,  dean of HSSP and director of


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Learning Material provided to student:

The student is provided with our textbook Sefer on the laws of Tefillin and a special workbook for note taking. These books are included within the tuition costs.  The original Hebrew text of the Shulchan Aruch is not included and students will need to purchase it on their own. Links are provided in our course for all the learning material, if you wish to learn online.


The tuition cost for joining this course is $350. When paying online we add the transaction fee, for a total of $360. For other options of payment, such as check or direct bank transfer, please contact us here.


Intended Audience

Advanced. This is an advanced Semicha subject traditionally studied for Rabbinical ordination. You may choose to take this course as part of our Semicha program [pending prior acceptance], or for personal knowledge. This course is very useful for Rabbinical students who are currently enrolled in a Basar Bechalav course in their ordination program and would like a corresponding Online learning system to help them through the course, challenge them with assignments and quizzes to sharpen their knowledge and grasp of the material.

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