Jewish Studies Minor Requirements
The Jewish Studies minor requires a minimum of six courses (amounting to at least 18 credits) selected from those approved by the Advisory Committee of the Jewish Studies Program. The courses must be from at least two departments, and at least three must be upper-level courses (300-level or above). All courses applied towards the minor must be taken for a letter grade and a grade of C- or better must be earned. In addition, only two courses with any single professor can be counted towards the minor.
The requirements for a minor in Jewish studies are as follows:
|Jewish Studies Courses|
|Three courses at any level||9|
|Three 300-level or higher courses||9|
Students may take up to two courses in Hebrew or Yiddish language study to apply towards the minor requirements.