The Minor in Jewish Studies
The minor in Jewish Studies is intended to allow undergraduate students to study selected aspects of Jewish civilization, religion, and culture while completing a major in another area of their academic studies. In addition to a core course, the minor in Jewish Studies allows students to pursue an aspect of Jewish civilization that interests them.
Students declaring a Jewish Studies minor are required to complete six courses (minimum nineteen credit hours), divided in the following manner:
Prerequisites for the minor
There are no prerequisites for the minor in Jewish Studies.
Requirements for the minor
TOTAL 19 CREDITS (MINIMUM)
All courses must be taken for a letter grade.
3 credits, take one of the following
- Intro to Jewish Studies (JS 101)
- Intro to Jewish literature (JS 125)
- Survey of Jewish History (JS 270)
- Judaism (JS 308)
at least five classes adding up to 16 credits:
- At least 12 of the 16 credits must be above the 100-level
- Only Hebrew courses 200 level and above count toward the minor. No more than one elective course may be a language