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Jewish Studies GenEd Course Distribution Spring 2019

Spring 2019 Courses That Count Toward General Education Requirements
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Arts and Humanities

  • COLL-C 103 VT: Religion and Law    
  • COLL-C 103 VT: Who Wrote the Bible?  
  • REL-A 210 Introduction to the Old Testament / Hebrew Bible
  • JSTU-J 203 / HON-H 234 VT: Anne Frank and Hitler: Studies in the Representation of Good and Evil  
  • JSTU-J 203 VT: Israeli Cinema   

Social and Historical Studies

  • NELC-N 204 VT: Prostitutes, Homemakers, & CEOs: Israel & the Concept of Universal Women’s Experiences  
  • JSTU-J 252 / HIST-H 252 Introduction to Jewish History: From Spanish Expulsion to the Present  
  • JSTU-J 254 / HIST-C 230 Israel: History, Society, Culture

World Languages

  • GER-Y 150 Beginning Yiddish II
  • GER-Y 250 Intermediate Yiddish II
  • JSTU-H 100 Elementary Modern Hebrew I
  • JSTU-H 150 Elementary Modern Hebrew II
  • JSTU-H 200 Intermediate Modern Hebrew I
  • JSTU-H 250 Intermediate Modern Hebrew II

World Cultures

  • REL-A 210 Introduction to the Old Testament / Hebrew Bible
  • NELC-N 204 VT: Prostitutes, Homemakers, & CEOs: Israel & the Concept of Universal Women’s Experiences  
  • JSTU-J 252 / HIST-H 252 Introduction to Jewish History: From Spanish Expulsion to the Present    
  • JSTU-J 254 / HIST-C 230 Israel: History, Society, Culture             


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