Judaic Studies (JUDC)

JUDC 4851    Jewish Studies Internship    3 s.h.

Students receive course-credit for interning at a Jewish organization, community center, or synagogue; projects serving Jews or Jewish communities at non-Jewish organizations; or for educational or research initiatives with a focus on Jewish themes. May be repeated up to 6 semester hours for minor credit with permission from the CJHS Director.
Prereq.: HIST 2600.

JUDC 4861    Select Topics in Jewish History    3 s.h.

This course will cover themes and questions in Jewish studies as selected and defined by the instructor. It will be a vehicle for delivering timely courses that are responsive to student needs and interest. It will also serve in the development of new and permanent courses at YSU. May be repeated up to 6 semester hours.
Prereq.: HIST 2600.

JUDC 4871    Directed Readings in Jewish Studies    1-3 s.h.

An opportunity for undergraduates to explore selected themes, questions, or debates in Jewish studies scholarship or to study a corpus of Jewish literature. Students may use this course to prepare for future research projects or graduate school. May be repeated up to 6 semester hours.
Prereq.: HIST 2600.