The Center for Judaic Studies offers an interdisciplinary program that explores Jewish civilization and its evolution and expression in history, literature, philosophy and religion from biblical times to the present. The curriculum is designed to provide a balanced view of the different components of Judaism and the varied experiences of the Jewish people.
The Center for Judaic Studies’ current academic programs include an undergraduate minor in Judaic Studies, and graduate work in a number of disciplines. Undergraduates may pursue the equivalent of a major in Judaic Studies by minoring in Judaic Studies and concentrating in Judaic Studies in a departmental discipline such as History, English, Philosophy, Languages and Literatures, or Religious Studies. (Click here for contact information).
For further information, please contact Sarah Pessin at email@example.com, Director of the Center for Judaic Studies.