Jewish Studies (Certificate)

The Jewish studies certificate program examines the history and culture of the Jews, generates and facilitates research on Judaica, and provides a model for transdisciplinary teaching and research. The program provides the community with programs, courses and research to further the understanding of Judaica and stands as an example of the university's commitment to a program of meaningful ethnic studies on a firm academic base.

Degree Offered

Jewish Studies (Certificate)
Liberal Arts & Sciences, The College of


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