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Requirements for a Minor in Jewish Studies

A total of twenty (20) credits drawn from the following courses in at least two different departments:

    1. A maximum of three courses at the 100-level or 200-level:
    • RELS 101-102: The Bible: Texts and Contexts (when subject matter pertains to Jewish Studies)
      • example: The Hebrew Bible and its Reception
    • RELS 232: Holocaust
    • RELS 253: Judaism
    • RELS 260: Archeology & Hebrew Bible (Religious Studies 200)
    • RELS 276-277: Selected Topics in Hebrew/Bible/Old Testament (when subject matter pertains to Jewish Studies)
      • example: The Bible and Empire
    • HEBR 201: Hebrew
    • HIST 105: Special Topics (when subject matter pertains to Jewish Studies)
      • Example: Race and Racism

 

    1. At least one course at the 300-level or 400-level:
    • RELS 300-301: Selected Topics in Religious Studies (when subject matter pertains to Jewish Studies)
      • example: Atypical Biblical Prophets
    • HIST 405: Anti-Semitism
    • HIST 320: Modern Jewish Thought and Culture
    • HIST 421/FREN 335: Representing Racism in French Literature and Culture: The Jewish Question

 

    1. One Jewish, Islamic and Middle East Studies (JIM) course OR one course from the Islamic and Middle East Studies minor

 

Note: RELS 276 and 277 and HIST 105 may be repeated with permission of instructor and/or program committee.

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