Interdisciplinary

The following courses from various departments are possible areas of study that a student may take for credit towards a Jewish Studies option (Arts), minor (other faculties), or diploma (post or non-degree):

Classical Studies courses

  • CLAS 210: History of Ancient Law (HIST 210)
  • CLAS 225: Classical Mythology 1: The Deities
  • CLAS 226: Classical Mythology 2: The Heros
  • CLAS 325: Greek and Roman Religion (RS 326)

English courses

  • ENGL 202A: The Bible and Literature

History courses

  • HIST 223: The Holocaust in History
  • HIST 237: The Ancient Near East and Egypt (CLAS 237)
  • HIST 263: Europe in the 19th and 20th Centuries
  • HIST 341: Occupied Europe: 1938-1945
  • HIST 341: Occupied Europe - 1938 - 1945

Philosophy courses

  • PHIL 237: Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion (RS 202)
  • PHIL 238: Modern Philosophical Challenges to Religious Belief
  • PHIL 380: History of Ancient Philosophy 1 (CLAS 361)
  • PHIL 435/436: Studies in Philosophy of Religion

Religious Studies courses

  • RS 110: Religions of the West
  • RS 121: Evil
  • RS 260: The Study of Religion
  • RS 258: God
  • RS 284: Women and the Great Religions
  • RS 222: Sacred Places
  • RS 337: The Bible and Peace