Jewish Studies Ph.D. Minor

Ph.D. Minor in Jewish Studies

Students pursuing a Ph.D. in a degree-granting program at Indiana University Bloomington can choose to concentrate on any aspect related to Jewish Studies. Some faculty strengths include American Judaism, the study of contemporary antisemitism, ancient Judaism, Israel studies, Jewish thought, Holocaust studies, or Yiddish studies. Because of the interdisciplinary nature of the Borns Jewish Studies Program, students can structure course work individually, according to their specific areas of interest.

The Ph.D. minor requires 15 hours of graduate credit in courses on Jewish Studies with a grade of B or higher. All students are required to take a core course, JSTU-H 520 Colloquium in Jewish Studies. No more than two courses may be taken in your home department.

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