Judaic Studies Minor

Judaism—it's one of the world's oldest religions, one with a rich history and the strength to transcend time, even through the unimaginable tragedy of the Holocaust. Add culture to your degree with the Judaic Studies minor.

What You'll Study

By pursuing the minor in Judaic Studies, you will take an in-depth look at the experiences of the Jewish people. Through its association with the Center for Judaic and Holocaust Studies, the minor gives you an opportunity to meet with world-class scholars, travel to sites of Jewish interest and engage in undergraduate research projects.

The minor also lets you explore all facets of Jewish culture and history, with courses offered at both introductory and advanced levels in Jewish history, religion, culture and languages.

The Judaic Studies minor nicely complements a major in History, but it can also add a unique knowledge base to a degree in any field.

Minor

  • Judaic Studies Minor

    Over the course of the 18 hours required for this minor, you will have the opportunity to choose from courses that explore the history and culture of the Jewish people, Hebrew languages and Jewish religious life.

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