Minor in Jewish Studies
About the Minor
The Louis Stein Minor in Jewish Studies, housed within the College of Arts and Sciences, is designed to give students the opportunity to explore and understand the history, culture, politics, and religion of the Jewish people. Through interdisciplinary coursework, students investigate the Jewish experience from both a contemporary and a historical perspective.
The Louis Stein Minor in Jewish Studies requires 24.0 credits, of which at least 3.0 credits must be taken at the 300 level. Students can apply a maximum of 6.0 credits toward the minor from field study under the supervision of a faculty member.
If you have any questions, please contact the Director of Jewish Studies, Henry Israeli: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Any JWST 101 - JWST 499, including Special Topics T180-T480 and Independent Study I199-I499 *
|Any HBRW 101 - HBRW 499, including Special Topics T180-T480 and Independent Study I199-I499 **
Please see the Program Director for approval of courses not listed above.
At least 3 credits must be taken at the 300 level.
Only 2 HBRW courses may be taken to fulfill minor requirements.
For a complete list of all JWST courses, please visit the JWST course descriptions.
For a complete list of HEBR courses, please visit the HBRW course descriptions.