Regular Option 

One or more of the following 3 courses (regular concentration):3
Jewish Civilization: Society, Culture and Religion
Any course in Jewish Literature offered by the English Department:
Jewish Geography
Up to four courses in ancient/modern Jewish History, Society, Culture and Religion (to be designated as “ancient” or “modern” and published by the JUS Program Director each semester). Students are strongly encouraged to take at least one course in the “ancient,” and at least one course in the “modern” categories. 112
Students are also strongly encouraged to take HEB 101 as one of the 4 courses.
Total Credit Hours15

Hebrew Language Option

One or more of the following 3 courses:3
Jewish Civilization: Society, Culture and Religion
Jewish Geography
Any course in Jewish Literature offered by the English Department
Choose at least two of the following:6
Elementary Hebrew I
Elementary Hebrew II
Intermediate Hebrew I
Intermediate Hebrew II
Any additional JUS course(s), or course(s) combined with JUS, that are needed to complete a total of 15 JUS credits. 6
Native Hebrew speakers require the advance approval of the JUS Undergraduate Advisor before they enroll in this concentration
Completing the JUS Minor with Hebrew Language Concentration, including HEB 201 and/or 202 will be counted as fulfilling the requirement of a foreign language.
Total Credit Hours15
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 To be designated as such and published by the JUS program director each semester. Students are strongly encouraged to take at least 1 course in Ancient Jewish History and Society and at least one course in Modern Jewish History and Society.

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A grade of “C-” or better must be attained in each course taken for the Minor, with an overall GPA of 2.0.

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Both JUS Minor concentrations will be listed in the student’s transcript as a “Minor in Judaic Studies."

 
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Each of the JUS Minor concentrations are eligible to qualify as a cognate in either “Arts and Humanities” or “People and Society.” Students are encouraged to contact the JUS Undergraduate Advisor, who will make the determination based on whether at least three courses of the JUS Minor count toward either “Arts and Humanities” or “People and Society."