Undergraduate Study. Both a Bachelor of Arts and Academic Minor in Judaic Studies are offered by the Frankel Center, where undergraduate students receive a well-balanced understanding of Modern Jewish Literature and Culture, Jewish History and Social Science, and Classical and Modern Judaism in Law and Religion, along with a strong knowledge of Yiddish or Hebrew. The undergraduate curriculum aims to situate Jewish Studies within a broad-based liberal arts education and provides a framework for developing critical thinking and informed engagement.
Prospective majors should consult the department advisor. Normally, a plan for the major should reflect the multidisciplinary nature of the program and the themes that a student wishes to develop. Students wishing to pursue a minor in Judaic Studies must develop a specific plan for its completion in consultation with the academic advisor. Appointments are scheduled via our Student/Fellows Coordinator at 734.615.6097.
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