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Jewish Studies Undergraduate Courses by Category

IW = can sometimes be taught as an Intensive Writing course

Note: Students need to check the listings for course in each semester’s Schedule of Classes to make certain the course section they have chosen in a particular semester fulfills the intensive writing requirement.

Jewish Studies Language Courses

All Jewish Studies majors must complete the fourth semester of either Yiddish or Hebrew, completing either JSTU-H 250 or JSTU-B 250 or GER-Y 250

Modern Hebrew sequence:

  • JSTU-H 100 Elementary Hebrew I (4 cr.) GenEd WL
  • JSTU-H 150 Elementary Hebrew II (4 cr.) GenEd WL; P: Grade of C or higher in H 100 or equivalent proficiency.
  • JSTU-H 200 Intermediate Modern Hebrew I (3 cr.) GenEd WL; P: Grade of C or higher in H 150 or equivalent proficiency.
  • JSTU-H 250 Intermediate Modern Hebrew II (3 cr.) GenEd WL; P: Grade of C or higher in H 200 or equivalent proficiency.

Biblical Hebrew sequence:

  • JSTU-B 100 Introduction to Biblical Hebrew I (4 cr.) GenEd WL
  • JSTU-B 150 Introduction to Biblical Hebrew II (4 cr.) GenEd WL; P: Grade of C or higher in B 100 or equivalent proficiency.
  • JSTU-B 200 Intermediate Biblical Hebrew I (3 cr.) GenEd WL; P: Grade of C or higher in B 150 or equivalent proficiency.
  • JSTU-B 250 Intermediate Biblical Hebrew II (3 cr.) GenEd WL; P: Grade of C or higher in B 200.

Yiddish sequence:

  • GER-Y 100 Beginning Yiddish I (4 cr.) GenEd WL
  • GER-Y 150 Beginning Yiddish II (4 cr.) GenEd WL; P: Y100
  • GER-Y 200 Intermediate Yiddish I (3 cr.) GenEd WL; P: Y150 or consent of instructor
  • GER-Y 250 Intermediate Yiddish II (3 cr.) GenEd WL; P: Y200 or consent of instructor

Note: Completing either of the 3 language sequences complete the College of Arts & Sciences’ foreign language requirement.

Courses All Jewish Studies Majors & Certificate Students Must Complete

It is highly recommended that these courses be taken during freshman year although these courses need not be taken in sequence.

  • JSTU-J 251/HIST-H 251 Introduction to Jewish History: From the Bible to Spanish Expulsion (3 cr.) GenEd S&H, GenEd WC, CASE S&H, CASE GCC; Credit given for only one of J251 or HIST-H 251
  • JSTU-J 252/HIST-H 252 Introduction to Jewish History: From Spanish Expulsion to the Present (3 cr.) GenEd S&H, GenEd WC, CASE S&H, CASE GCC; Credit given for only one of J252 or HIST-H 252

Jewish Studies Courses

Jewish Studies

  • JSTU-C 214 Multiple Voices of Israeli Society (3 cr.) CASE S&H, CASE GCC
    Credit given for only one of JSTU-C 214 or NELC-N 214
  • JSTU-C 216 Israeli Inequality in Context (3 cr.) CASE S&H, CASE GCC
    Credit given for only one of JSTU-C 216 or NELC-N 216
  • JSTU-C 240 Contemporary Israeli Culture (3 cr.) GenEd WC, CASE A&H, CASE GCC
  • JSTU-C 260 Israeli Film and Fiction (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC
  • JSTU-C 340 The Kibbutz in Fact and Fiction (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC
  • JSTU-H 300 Advanced Modern Hebrew I (3 cr.) P: Grade of C or higher in H 250 or equivalent proficiency.
  • JSTU-H 350 Advanced Modern Hebrew II (3 cr.) P: Grade of C or higher in H 300 or equivalent proficiency.
  • JSTU-H 365 Advanced Hebrew Conversation and Composition (3 cr.) P: Grade of C or higher in H 350 or equivalent proficiency
  • JSTU-H 375 Introductory Readings in Hebrew Literature (in Hebrew) (3 cr.) CASE A&H; P: Grade of C or higher in H 350 or equivalent proficiency.
  • JSTU-H 460 Israeli Film and Fiction in Hebrew (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC; P: Grade of C or higher in any Hebrew course above H350 (such as H365, H375, H480, H485, or H497) or equivalent. Credit given for only one of JSTU-H 460 or JSTU-C 360
  • JSTU-H 477 Victims and Avengers: Readings in the Holocaust Literature of Israel in Hebrew (3 cr.) P: Grade of C or higher in any Hebrew course above H350 (such as H365, H375, H485, or H497), or equivalent. Credit given for only one of JSTU-H 477 or JSTU-L 377
  • JSTU-H 480 Modern Hebrew Literature in Hebrew (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC; P: Grade of C or higher in any Hebrew course above H 350 (such as H 365, H 375, H 485, or H 497), or equivalent. Credit given for only one of JSTU-H 480 or JSTU-L 380
  • JSTU-H 485 Recent Hebrew Literature in Hebrew (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC; P: Grade of C or higher in any Hebrew course above H 350 (such as H365, H375, H460 or H497) or equivalent. Credit given for only one of JSTU-H 485 or JSTU-L 385
  • JSTU-H 497 Individual Readings in Hebrew (1-4 cr.) P: Grade of C or higher in H 350 or equivalent proficiency. May be repeated for a maximum of 9 credit hours.
  • JSTU-J 203 Arts and Humanities Topics in Jewish Studies (3 cr.) GenEd A&H, CASE A&H; may be repeated with different topics for a maximum of 9 credit hours.
    Topic: Anne Frank and Hitler: Studies in the Representation of Good and Evil; Gender and Power in the Hebrew Bible; Literature of the Holocaust; Man and Animal in Jewish Culture; Understanding Antisemitism; Women in American Jewish History
  • JSTU-J 204 Social and Historical Topics in Jewish Studies (3 cr.) GenEd S&H, CASE S&H; may be repeated with different topics for a maximum of 9 credit hours.
    Topic: Antisemitism in Sociohistorical Perspective; The Arab-Israeli Conflict; Muslim-Jewish Reltions in the 20th Century
  • JSTU-J 220 Sacred Books of the Jews (3 cr.) GenEd A&H, GenEd WC, CASE A&H, CASE GCC; Credit given for only one of JSTU-J 220 or REL-A 235
  • JSTU-J 230 Introduction to Judaism (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC; credit given for only one of JSTU-J 230 or REL-A 230
  • JSTU-J 258 Representing Jews and African Americans in American Musical Theater (3 cr.) GenEd A&H, CASE A&H, CASE DUS
  • JSTU-J 259 American Jewish History (3 cr.) CASE S&H, CASE DUS
    Credit given for only one of JSTU-J 259, HIST-H 259, or REL-C 230
  • JSTU-J 260 Literary Masterpieces of Muslim Spain (3 cr.) GenEd A&H, GenEd WC, CASE A&H, CASE GCC, IW
    Credit given for only one of JSTU-J 260 or NELC-N 260
  • JSTU-J 303 Arts and Humanities Topics in Jewish Studies (3 cr.) CASE A&H; may be repeated with different topics for a maximum of 9 credit hours.
    Topics: American Judaism and Popular Culture; The Arab-Israeli Conflict; Dead Sea Scrolls; Gender and Rabbinic Literature; Jewish Critics of Zionism; Magic and Witchcraft in the Ancient World; Torah, Temple & God in Judaism; Trauma, the Bible and American Identity; Understanding the Rabbinic Mind; Zionism & the State of Israel
  • JSTU-J 304 Social and Historical Topics in Jewish Studies (3 cr.) CASE S&H; may be repeated with different topics for a maximum of 9 credit hours.
    Topics: Antisemitism: A Sociohistorical Perspective; Israel and the Six-Day War 1967-2014; Israeli Society: Political, Social, and Religious Divides; Jewish Philosophy in the Medieval World; The Jews of the Muslim World; Muslim-Jewish Relations in the 20th and 21st Centuries; Zionism and the State of Israel
  • JSTU-J 310 Jews and Race (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE DUS
    Credit given for only one of JSTU-J 310 or REL-C 323
  • JSTU-J 316 Jews, Christians, and Others in Late Antiquity (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC
    Credit given for only one of JSTU-J 316 or REL-A 316
  • JSTU-J 317 Judaism in the Making (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC
    Credit given for only one of JSTU-J 317 or REL-A 317
  • JSTU-J 320 Rabbinic Judaism: Literature and Beliefs (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC
    Credit given for only one of JSTU-J 320 or REL-A 318
  • JSTU-J 323 History of the Holocaust (3 cr.) CASE S&H, CASE DUS
    Credit given for only one of JSTU-J 323 or HIST-B 323
  • JSTU-J 325 Jerusalem: The Holy City (cr cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC
  • JSTU-J 357 American Jewish Popular Music (3 cr.) CASE A&H
    Credit given for only one of JSTU-J 357 or FOLK-F 357
  • JSTU-J 358 Music in Judaism (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC
  • JSTU-J 359 Exploring Jewish Identity Today (3 cr.) CASE S&H, CASE DUS
    Credit given for only one of JSTU-J 359 or FOLK-F 359
  • JSTU-J 360 Muslim Spain and Portugal: History and Memory (3 cr.) CASE S&H, CASE GCC
    Credit given for only one of JSTU-J 360or NELC-N 360
  • JSTU-J 375 Women in the Bible (3 cr.) CASE A&H
    Credit given for only one of JSTU-J 375 or REL-A 375
  • JSTU-J 403 Arts and Humanities Topics in Jewish Studies (3 cr.) CASE A&H; may be repeated with different topics for a maximum of 9 credit hours.
    Topics: Bible and Beyond: Reading Early Jewish Literature; Judaism and Gender
  • JSTU-J 404 Social and Historical Topics in Jewish Studies (3 cr.) CASE S&H; may be repeated with different topics for a maximum of 9 credit hours.
  • JSTU-L 270 Coming to America: History and Memory of Immigration in Jewish Literature (3 cr.) GenEd A&H, CASE A&H, CASE DUS
  • JSTU-L 280 David: The Man and the King (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC
  • JSTU-L 285 Guns and Roses: Representations of Soldiers and War in Modern Hebrew Literature (3 cr.) GenEd A&H, CASE A&H , CASE GCC
  • JSTU-L 377 Victims and Avengers: Readings in the Holocaust Literature of Israel (in English Translation) (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC
    Credit given for only one of JSTU-L 377 or JSTU-H 477
  • JSTU-L 380 Modern Hebrew Literature in English (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC (can be an IW)
    Credit given for only one of JSTU-L 380 or JSTU-H 480
  • JSTU-L 385 Recent Hebrew Literature in English (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC
    Credit given for only one of JSTU-L 385 or JSTU-H 485
  • JSTU-L 390 Biblical Themes in Modern Hebrew Literature (3 cr.) CASE A&H
  • JSTU-L 395 S.Y. Agnon and the Jewish Experience (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC

Jewish Studies Honors Courses

  • JSTU-H 399 Readings for Honors in Jewish Studies (3 cr.) P: Approval of instructor and honors advisor. Independent guided readings in preparation for honors thesis in Jewish Studies (H 499).
  • JSTU-H 499 Honors Thesis (3-6 cr.) P: Consenet of Program Honors Committee.

Other Jewish Studies Courses

  • JSTU-X 170 Leadership in Jewish Studies (1 cr.) S-F grading. May be repeated for a maximum of 3 credits. Only 1 per semester. Does not count toward Jewish Studies major, certificate, or minor.
  • JSTU-X 395 Global Experience in Jewish Studies (1-6 cr.) International experience in Jewish Studies, usually taken in combination with another Jewish Studies course. Topics vary from semester to semester.
  • JSTU-X 473 Internship in Jewish Studies (1-6 cr.) S-F grading. Students need to have a Jewish Studies faculty sponsor and are responsible for finding and securing their own internship. See application for course on Jewish Studies current semester course description website. May be repeated for a maximum of 12 credit hours.

Individual Reading Course in Jewish Studies

  • JSTU-X 490 Individual Readings in Jewish Studies (1-3 cr.) P: Consent of instructor and authorization from JS advisor. Arrangements are made between the student and the professor prior to registration. Designed for advanced Jewish Studies students who wish to concentrate on a particular areas of Judaica previously introduced to them in other courrses. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit hours.
  • JSTU-X 491 Individual Readings in Hebrew (1-4 cr.) P: Grade of C or higher in H 350 or equivalent proficiency. Extensive readings of Hebrew texts and scholarly works grouped according to periods and specific themes in language, literature, or intellectual movements adapted to specific individual programs. Readings, assignments, and discussion in Hebrew. May be repeated for a maximum of 9 credit hours.

Cross-Listed Courses in Jewish Studies Jewish Studies

Art History

  • ARTH-A 245 Jewish Art (3 cr.) CASE A&H

College of Arts and Sciences

  • COLL-C 103 Critical Approaches to the Arts and Humanities (3 cr.) Gen Ed A&H; CASE A&H, CASE CAPP
    Topics: Representing the Holocaust; A Question of Identity: The Case for Judaism; Who Wrote the Bible?

Comparative Literature

  • CMLT-C 100 Freshman Seminar (3 cr.) CASE A&H
    Topic: The Agnostic Bible
  • CMLT-C 301 Special Topics in Comparative Literature (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC; R: C 205 or 3 credit hours in literature. May be repeated with a different topic for a maximum of 6 credit hours
    Topics: The Agnostic Bible; Poetics of Biblical Narrative; Reading the Prophets
  • CMLT-C 345 Literature and Religion (3 cr.) CASE A&H
    Topic: Job, from the Bible to Kafka and the Holocaust 00
  • CMLT-C 377 Topics in Yiddish Literature (3 cr.) CASE A&H ,CASE GCC; R: C 205 or 3 credit hours in literature. Credit given for only one of C377 or GER-E 351
    Topics: Fantasy, Realism, & Fiction in Early Modern and Modern “Classic” Yiddish Literature; Love, Soul, and Destiny in Modern Yiddish Literature; Selected Readings in 20th Century Yiddish Fiction; Yiddish Life: On Page, on Stage, on Screen
  • CMLT-C 378 Topics in Yiddish Culture (3 cr.) CASE A&H; R: C 205 or 3 credit hours in literature. Credit given for only one of C378 or GER-E 352
    Topics: Culture, Memory, and Identity: Yiddish in the Post-Holocaust World; Ghetto, Shtetl, and Beyond: Millennium of History & Society of Yiddish; History & Sociology of Yiddish; Yiddish in America
  • CMLT-C 400 Studies in Comparative Literature (3 cr.) CASE A&H; R: C 205 or 3 credit hours in literature. May be repeated twice
    Topics: Job, from the Bible to Kafka; The Poetics of Biblical Narrative
  • CMLT-C 405 Senior Seminar in Comparative Literature (3 cr.) CASE A&H; R: C 205 or 3 credit hours in literature. May be repeated with a different topic for a maximum of 6 credit hours
    Topics: The Bible in Western Literature: Job, from the Bible to Kafka; Prophecy & Poetry

English

  • ENG-L 241 American Jewish Writers (3 cr.) GenEd A&H, CASE A&H
  • ENG-L 367 Literature of the Bible (3 cr.) CASE A&H
  • ENG-L 375 Studies in Jewish Literature (3 cr.) CASE A&H
    Topics: American Jewish Writers; Jewish American Responses to the Holocaust; Literature of the Holocaust; Representations of the Holocaust
  • ENG-L 460 Seminar: Literary Form, Mode, and Theme (3 cr.) r: Junior or senior status
    Topic: The Poetics of Biblical Narrative

European Studies, Institute for

  • EURO-W 405 Special Topics in European Studies (3 cr.) CASE S&H. May be repeated for up to 12 credit hours with different topics
    Topic: War Diaries: 70 Years After World War II (From Anne Frank to Etty HIllesum)
  • EURO-W 406 Special Topics in European Studies (3 cr.) CASE A&H. May be repeated for up to 12 credit hours with different topics
    Topic: Anne Frank: Her Diary in Perspective

Germanic Studies

  • GER-E 341 Dutch Culture: The Modern Netherlands (3 cr.) CASE S&H, CASE GCC Topic: Anne Frank: Her Diary in Perspective
  • GER-E 351 Topics in Yiddish Literature (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC
    Topics: Fantasy, Realism, & Fiction in Early Modern and Modern “Classic” Yiddish Literature; Love, Soul, and Destiny in Modern Yiddish Literature; Selected Readings in 20th Century Yiddish Fiction; Yiddish Life: On Page, on State, on Screen. Students may receive a maximum of 6 credit hours for any combination of E351 and CMLT-C 377.
  • GER-E 352 Topics in Yiddish Culture (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC
    Topics: Culture, Memory, and Identity: Yiddish in the Post-Holocaust World; Ghetto, Shtetl and Beyond: Millennium of History and Society of Yiddish; History and Sociology of Yiddish; Yiddish in America. Students may receive a maximum of 6 credit hours for any combination of E352 and CMLT-C 378.
  • GER-X 493 Individual Readings in Yiddish Studies: Language, Literature, Culture (1-3 cr.) P: Consent of instructor. May be repeated for a maximum of 12 credit hours.

History

  • HIST-A 379 Issues in Modern U.S. History (3 cr.) CASE S&H. May be repeated with a different topic for a maximum of 9 credit hours.
    Topics: The Holocaust in American History; The Holocaust in American Memory
  • HIST-B 200 Issues in Western European History (when Jewish history topic) (3 cr.) GenEd S&H, GenEd WC, CASE S&H
  • HIST-B 300 Issues in Western European History (when Jewish history topic) (3 cr.) CASE S&H. May be repeated with a different topic for a maximum of 9 credit hours.
  • HIST-B 303 Issues in Modern European History (when Jewish history topic) (3 cr.) CASE S&H. May be repeated with a different topic for a maximum of 9 credit hours.
    Topic: Anti-Semitism in Europe Since the Enlightenment
  • HIST-B 315 European Anti-Semitism from the Enlightenment to the Holocaust (3 cr.) CASE S&H
  • HIST-B 321 European Jews in the Age of Discovery (3 cr.) CASE S&H, CASE GCC
  • HIST-B 322 Jews in the Modern World (3 cr.) CASE S&H, CASE GCC
  • HIST-B 323 History of the Holocaust (3 cr.) CASE S&H, CASE GCC. Credit given for only one of JSTU-J 323 or B324.
  • HIST-B 324 Zionism and the State of Israel (3 cr.) CASE S&H, CASE GCC
  • HIST-B 330 The Jews of Spain (3 cr.) CASE S&H, CASE GCC
  • HIST-B 400 Issues in Western European History (when Jewish history topic) (3 cr.) CASE S&H. May be repeated with a different topic for a maximum of 6 credit hours.
  • HIST-C 230 Israel: History, Society, Culture (3 cr.) GenEd S&H, GenEd WC, CASE S&H, CASE GCC.
  • HIST-C 300 Issues in Classical & Byzantine History (3 cr.) CASE S&H
  • HIST-C 305 Issues in Near Eastern History (3 cr.) CASE S&H
    Topic: Israel and the Six-Day War
  • HIST-D 304 Jews in Eastern Europe (3 cr.) CASE S&H, CASE GCC
  • HIST-H 259 American Jewish History (3 cr.) GenEd S&H, CASE S&H, CASE DUS Credit given for only one of JSTU-J 259, H259, or REL-C230.
  • HIST-J 300 Seminar in History (3 cr.) CASE S&H
    Topics: Jews after the Holocaust; Perpetrators of the Holocaust; Testimonies of the Holocaust
  • HIST-J 400 Seminar in History (3 cr.) CASE S&H, (Can be IW). Normally limited to History majors. May be repeated with a different topic for a maximum of 6 credit hours.
    Topics: Anti-Semitism and Jewish Responses; Perpetrating Genocide; Perpetrators of the Holocaust
  • HIST-W 335 The History of Genocide (3 cr.) CASE S&H, CASE GCC

Hutton Honors College

  • HON-H 234 Literature of Time & Place (3 cr.) GenEd A&H, CASE A&H. May be repeated with a different topic for a maximum of 6 credit hours.
    Topics: Anne Frank & Hitler: Studies in the Representations of Good & Evil; Literature of the Holocaust
  • HON-H 303 Interdepartmental Colloquia (3 cr). P: consent of Hutton Honors College or JS advisor; CASE A&H. ay be repeated with a different topic for a maximum of 6 credit hours.
    Topics: The Agnostic Bible; The American Jewish Experience; American Jewish Writers; Literature of the Holocaust (CSA); Poetics of Biblical Narrative; Understanding Antisemitism

Musicology

  • MUS-M 410 Composer or Genre (3 cr.) Topic: American Jewish Popular Music; Music in Judaism (Jewish Studies students would typically take this course under JSTU-J 358 Music in Judaism.)

Near Eastern Languages and Cultures

  • NELC-N 204 Topics in Middle Eastern Culture and Society (3 cr.) GenEd S&H, GenEd WC, CASE S&H. ay be repeated with a different topic for a maximum of 9 credit hours.
    Topic: Prostitutes, Homemakers, and CEOs: Israel and the Concept of Universal Women’s Experience
  • NELC-N 214 Multiple Voices of Israeli Society (3 cr.) CASE S&H, CASE GCC Credit given for only one of N214 or JSTU-C 214.
  • NELC-N 216 Israeli Inequality in Context (3 cr.) CASE S&H, CASE GCC Credit given for only one of N216 and JSTU-C 216.
  • NELC-N 260 Literary Masterpieces of Muslim Spain (3 cr.) GenEd A&H, GenEd WC, CASE A&H, CASE GCC, IW
    Credit given for only one of NELC-N 260 or JSTU-J 260
  • NELC-N 303 Issues in Middle Eastern History (3 cr.) CASE S&H. ay be repeated with a different topic for a maximum of 6 credit hours.
  • NELC-N 305 Issues in Middle Eastern Literature (3 cr.) CASE GCC. ay be repeated with a different topic for a maximum of 9 credit hours.
  • NELC-N 360 Muslim Spain and Portugal: History and Memory (3 cr.) CASE S&H
    Credit given for only one of NELC-N 360 or JSTU-J 360

Philosophy

  • PHIL-P 205 Modern Jewish Philosophy (3 cr.) GenEd WC, CASE A&H
  • PHIL-P 305 Topics in the Philosophy of Judaism (3 cr.) CASE A&H (can be IW) P: 3 credits of philosophy. May be repeated once with a different topic.

Political Science

  • POLS-Y 352 The Holocaust and Politics (3 cr.) CASE S&H, CASE GCC
  • POLS-Y 360 U.S. Foreign Policy (3 cr.) CASE S&H (with Professor Spechler only. Student must focus assignments on Israel).
  • POLS-Y 361 Contemporary Theories of International Politics (3 cr.) CASE S&H
    Topic: The Politics of Israel
  • POLS-Y 363 Comparative Foreign Policy: Why Nations Go To War (cr cr.) CASE S&H (with Professor Spechler only. Student must focus assignments on Israel)

Religious Studies

  • REL-A 202 Topics in African, European, and West Asian Religions (3 cr.) CASE A&H
  • REL-A 210 Introduction to the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible (3 cr.) GenEd A&H, GenEd WC, CASE A&H, CASE GCC
  • REL-A 220 Introduction to the New Testament (3 cr.) GenEd A&H, GenEd WC, CASE A&H, CASE GCC
  • REL-A 230 Introduction to Judaism (3 cr.) GenEd A&H, GenEd WC, CASE A&H, CASE GCC; Credit given for only one of REL-A 230 or JSTU-J 230.
  • REL-A 235 Sacred Books of the Jews (3 cr.) GenEd A&H, GenEd WC, CASE A&H, CASE GCC; Credit given for only one of REL-A 235 or JSTU-J 220.
  • REL-A 300 Studies in African, European, and West Asian Religions (3 cr.) CASE A&H May be repeated with a different topic for a maximum of 6 credit hours.
  • REL-A 305 Ancient Mediterranean Religions (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC (if JS is 1/3 or more of material)
  • REL-A 315 Prophecy in Ancient Israel (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC
  • REL-A 316 Jews, Christians, and Others in Late Antiquity (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC Credit given for only one of A316 or JSTU-J 316.
  • REL-A 317 Judaism in the Making (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC Credit given for only one of A317 or JSTU-J 317.
  • REL-A 318 Rabbinic Judaism: Literature and Beliefs (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC
    Credit given for only one of A318 or JSTU-J 320.
  • REL-A 321 Paul and his Influence on Early Christianity (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC
  • REL-A 335 Introduction to Jewish Mysticism (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC P: Previous course in Judaism or consent of instructor
  • REL-A 375 Women in the Bible (3 cr.) CASE S&H Credit given for only one of A375 or JSTU-J 375.
  • REL-A 415 Topics in Ancient Israelite Religion (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC; P: A 210.
  • REL-A 430 Topics in the History of Judaism (3 cr.) CASE A&H P: Course on Judaism or consent of instructor
  • REL-A 440 Judaism and Gender: Philosophical and Theological Perspectives (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC
  • REL-A 450 Topics in the History of Christianity (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC
    Topics: Jews and Christians; Pilgrims and Exiles: Late-Ancient and Early- Medieval Imaginings of Travel, Territory, and Identity
  • REL-C 230 American Jewish History (3 cr.) GenEd S&H, CASE S&H, CASE DUS Credit given for only one of C230, HIST-H 259, or JSTU-J 259.
  • REL-C 323 Jews and Race in the United States (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE DUS Credit given for only one of C323 or JSTU-J 310.
  • REL-D 300 Study in Theory, Ethics, & Comparison (3 cr.) CASE A&H
  • REL-D 362 Religious Issues in Contemporary Judaism (3 cr.) CASE A&H, CASE GCC (can be IW)
  • REL-D 410 Topics in Religious Philosophy (3) CASE A&H
    Topics related to Jewish Studies
  • REL-R 152 Jews, Christians, and Muslims (3 cr.) GenEd A&H, GenEd WC, CASE A&H, CASE GCC
  • REL-R 300 Studies in Religion (3 cr.) CASE A&H. May be repeated with a different topic for a maximum of 12 credit hours.

IW = can sometimes be taught as an Intensive Writing course
Note: Students need to check the listings for course in each semester’s Schedule of Classes to make certain the course section they have chosen in a particularly semester fulfills the intensive writing requirement.