On the afternoon of December 4, 2017, Professor Jonathan Klawans (BU Department...
Minor in Jewish Studies
Six 4-credit courses are required for the minor, with a grade of C or higher:
- CAS RN 216 (Judaism) is required of all minors
The remaining five courses, chosen in consultation with an EWCJS advisor, may include:
- Up to one course at the 100 level
- Up to one course at the 200 level
- At least three courses at the 300 level or above
The study of Hebrew is strongly encouraged. Students may count up to two Hebrew language courses toward the minor, provided that those courses are taken at the CAS LH 212 level or higher.
Jewish Studies minors are encouraged to choose classes from within at least two of the following six curricular areas:
- Sacred Texts and Tradition
(Area faculty: Botta, Darr, Frankfurter, Katz, Klawans, Knust, Lobel, Zank)
- Jewish Thought and Philosophy
(Area faculty: Anderson, Katz, Lobel, Zank)
- Literature and the Arts
(Area faculty: Anderson, Bernstein, Gillman, Harrowitz, Herzog)
- History and Society
(Area faculty: Arkin, Berlin, Frankfurter, Klepper, Rabinovitch, Zatlin)
- Holocaust & Genocide Studies
(Area faculty: Anderson, Grodin, Harrowitz, Katz, Zatlin)
- Hebrew and Israel Studies
(Area faculty: Angrist, Gillman, Karlinsky, Zank)
Please visit the upcoming courses page, using the drop-down menu, to make your course selection.
If you are interested in the minor in Jewish Studies, please contact Professor Ingrid Anderson, Director of Studies, at firstname.lastname@example.org, for an advising appointment.