Concentration Requirements

Concentration Requirements

The concentration consists in 6 courses (18 credits), two required and four electives from at least two departments (see below). No more than two courses in the concentration may count as requirements toward a major.

  • Required courses (2):
    Theology 1312. Elementary Biblical Hebrew
  • Theology 4363 OR 4364. Introduction to Judaism

Elective courses (4):

  • Theology 2313. Intermediate Biblical Hebrew I
  • Theology 3321. Pentateuch/Mosaic Torah
  • Theology 3323. Wisdom and Psalms
  • Philosophy 5381. ST/Maimonides & Spinoza Theology 4363 OR 4364. (the required course above not taken)
  • Psychology 3V52-01/His-4357-01. ST/Reflections on the Shoah: Perpetrators, Victims, and Bystanders.

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