To graduate with a minor in Jewish Studies, students in the College of Humanities & Social Sciences must complete 15 hours of electives, including a minimum of six hours at the 3000 level or above. Electives must be chosen from at least two of the following areas:
- Religious Studies–REL 1001 , REL 1002 , REL 1004 , REL 1007 , REL 2003 , REL 2004 , REL 2029 , REL 2120 , REL 3004 , REL 3100 , REL 3104 , REL 3124 , REL 4125 , and depending on the topic, REL 4236
- Hebrew –HEBR 1001 , HEBR 1002 , HEBR 2003 , HEBR 2004
- Literature–ENGL 3124 , and depending on the topic, ENGL 4055 , ENGL 4086 , ENGL 4122 , ENGL 4231 , ENGL 4236 , ENGL 4593
- History–HIST 4026 , HIST 4125
- Anthropology –ANTH 3004
For courses that are listed “depending on the topic,” students are required to petition to have these courses count and present appropriate documentation indicating the work was completed. In addition, special topics courses and courses with sections advertised as Jewish studies may be accepted for the minor upon approval of the director.
For additional information, contact Professor Joseph Kronick, 260 Allen Hall, 225-578-0809, firstname.lastname@example.org.