MINOR IN JEWISH STUDIES
The interdisciplinary minor in Jewish Studies requires 16 credits. Students must take a minimum of 16 credits from the selection of Jewish Studies courses offered by the Jewish Studies Program (JWST) or cross-listed with another department. The one credit course, JWST 201: Issues and Ideas in Jewish Studies, is the only course required for the minor. Jewish Studies courses are cross-listed with a number of departments including philosophy, English, sociology, history, political science, anthropology and foreign languages. Only 3 credits of Hebrew language and only 3 credits from courses offered during study abroad programs can be counted toward the minor. Three credits of independent course credit can be counted, with approval of the Director of the Jewish Studies Program.
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