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SUNY Cortland    
 
    
 
  Nov 20, 2017
 
2017-18 Undergraduate Catalog

Jewish Studies Interdisciplinary Minor


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Nance Wilson, coordinator
Cornish Hall, Room 1303
607-753-2705

Center for Gender and Intercultural Studies (CGIS)
Susan Stout, secretary
Old Main, Room 122
607-753-5784
Fax: 607-753-5694

School of Arts and Sciences

Minor Offered

Jewish Studies  

Description

The Jewish studies minor is an interdisciplinary program focusing on the study of the Jewish people — their religion, history, literature and culture. The program seeks to enhance the student's understanding of the Jewish people and the variety of their cultural experiences while also furthering the College's mission to study and combat prejudice and discrimination. The minor is designed to complement a number of academic majors. Administration and advisement for this program are conducted by the Jewish Studies Committee of the Center for Gender and Interdisciplinary Studies .

Special Features

  • Overseas program in Israel

The minor in Jewish studies consists of 18 credit hours: nine credit hours in required courses and nine credit hours of electives. Relevant special topics courses in some departments may also be acceptable in addition to the specified courses below. With advisement from a Cortland Jewish studies advisor, students may complete all or part of the minor in an accredited summer, semester, or year academic program in Israel.

Career Potential

  • Jewish educator
  • Jewish community relations
  • Community outreach work
  • Multicultural affairs

Programs

    Minor

    Courses

      Jewish Studies

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