Judaic Studies Minor

The Judaic Studies Minor provides a comprehensive undergraduate curriculum in the history, religion, and cultural traditions of the Jewish people and offers instruction in Hebrew language and literature. The focus on Jewish cultures and experience as a lens to study the world provides a liberal arts background suitable to careers in a range of professional fields (law, education, rabbinate, social service, public policy, among others) and prepares students for graduate work in Judaic studies, religious studies, and related fields.

Minor in Judaic Studies

Lower-Division Requirements
REL 211Early Judaism4
JDST 212Medieval and Early Modern Judaism4
JDST 213The Jewish Encounter with Modernity4
Upper-Division Requirements
Four courses including one about the American Jewish experience 116
Total Credits28

As many as 4 credits in Internship: [Topic] (JDST 404) or Terminal Project (JDST 409) or Terminal Project (HBRW 409) may be used to satisfy minor requirements.