Explore Judaism and the Jewish people while studying the history of Judaism as a religion, and the texts, sociologies, languages, cultures and fine arts of the Jewish people from biblical times to present day.
In addition to Judaism as a religion, Jewish studies explores the texts, histories, cultures, sociologies, languages and fine arts of the Jewish people from biblical times to the present, locating these within the context of the many western and non-western civilizations in which Jews have lived. It also examines Jewish interactions with non-Jews over the ages, both cooperative and conflictual, elements of cultural symbiosis, evolving attitudes towards and images of Jews within various non-Jewish cultures, and the history of anti-semitism, including the Holocaust.
Faculty: Liberal Arts and Professional Studies
Degree: Bachelor of Arts (BA), Double Major, Minor
3, 4 yrs
Research / Other Activities
Graduates of our Jewish Studies program have gone on to have fulfilling careers in a wide variety of fields. With a Jewish Studies degree you have the opportunity to enter the work force with a well-rounded education and options to be successful in a range of different career paths.
|Industrial Relations Consultant||Cultural Consultant||Interpreter|
|Diplomat||Jewish Community Worker||Journalist|
|Linguist||Social Program Director||Historian|