Undergraduate Minor in Jewish Studies
It is easy to add a minor in Jewish Studies and with it a whole new dimension to your undergraduate studies, particularly for Business, SPEA, Education, Informatics, Public Health, and Social Work majors. By studying Jewish Studies, an interdisciplinary field, you will learn more about cultural and religious diversity which can be applied to real-world situations, whether in Jewish contexts or otherwise, and you will enrich the intellectual breadth of your experience at IU.
How Do I Become a Minor?
Contact the Jewish Studies advisor: Carolyn Lipson-Walker – email@example.com
- Students must complete 15 credit hours of Jewish Studies courses, including at least 9 credit hours at the 300–400 level. See the Fall JS course list here.
- Students must complete at least 9 credit hours in the minor in courses on the IU Bloomington campus.
- A maximum of two Hebrew (Modern or biblical) or Yiddish language courses may count toward the minor.
- Students may count BUS-L 272 Global Business Immersion (Entrepreneurism in Israel topic only) or BUS-X 272 Global Business Immersion (if the topic is related to Israel) toward the minor.
- Course grades must be C– or above. The grade point average of all courses taken in the minor must be at least 2.000.
- Students are responsible for checking with their degree-granting school/unit to determine whether this minor may be officially recorded on the transcript.
* Although every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, the official source of information regarding College of Arts and Sciences degree requirements is the College of Arts and Sciences.