The Jewish Studies Minor not only offers a strong introduction to Jewish Studies but also uniquely blends students’ major field of study with Jewish Studies subjects. In the one-credit capstone Jewish Studies Module, minors integrate their work in Jewish Studies into their major field, for example bringing together Jewish Studies and Criminal Justice through a research project on the Israeli police force, or Jewish Studies and History through a study of Jewish historiography.
Students who choose to minor in Jewish Studies must have a minimum GPA of 2.00. Minors take a minimum of six approved courses. At least four of these courses must be taken at the Northeastern campus; additional courses may be taken at Hebrew College or through the University’s study abroad program.