Minor in Jewish Studies
The minor in Jewish Studies provides a basic understanding of Jewish history and culture across continents and the past three millennia. The minor requires a minimum of 18 hours.
2. Focus courses, 6 credit hours. Choose from the following subfields of study:
- Area 1: Biblical Studies
- Area 2: Antiquity and the Medieval World
- Area 3: Modern and Contemporary Experience
- Area 4: Culture, Philosophy, and Literature
3. Electives (minimum of 9 credit hours)
Any of the courses not used to fulfill a requirement toward the minor may be counted as an elective. Special Topics courses or First-Year Writing Seminar courses dealing with topics related to Jewish Studies may be counted with the approval of the program director.
Declaring a Minor
To download a Declaration of Minor form, click here.
Students may combine a minor with any major, but each minor must include at least 15 credit hours that are being counted solely toward the minor.
For more information on declaring a minor, visit the College of Arts & Science’s Majors and Minors page.