About the course
This interdisciplinary program studies the language, history, religion, culture, and literature of Judaism and the Jews. Topics include the Bible, Jewish thought, Hebrew language and literature, and classical, medieval, and modern Judaism.The knowledge of culture, history, religion, language, and literature gained from a major in Judaic Studies is a valuable foundation for a variety of careers. Graduates in Judaic Studies can pursue careers in religious leadership, education, translation, historical preservation, and cultural advocacy and promotion through schools, summer camps, synagogues, museums, nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and Jewish Federations. A Judaic Studies major is also excellent preparation for graduate study in religious studies, cultural studies, higher education, and public administration.Judaic Studies, like many majors, teaches content and skills that can be applied to a wide variety of career fields. This major does not restrict you to a specific field.
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Bachelor Degree
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USD 35,526
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4 Years
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University of Arizona

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Established in 1885, the University of Arizona, the states land-grant university with two medical schools, produces graduates who are real-world ready through its 100% Engagement initiative. Recognized as a global leader, the University is also a leader in research and is advancing the frontiers of interdisciplinary scholarship and entrepreneurial partnerships.
It is a member of the Association of American Universities, the 62 leading public and private research universities. At University of Arizona, students can construct their own future with an individualized plan that puts them in the driver’s seat. With more than 300 undergraduate majors and graduate programs, students will can craft a unique course of action full of limitless possibilities.
As a premier research university, it offers unparalleled innovation and the support of a world-class faculty that’s committed to student success both inside and outside the classroom. The faculty are also globally recognized for their leadership, scholarship and service by world-renowned academic societies and programs. The Wildcat spirit of curiosity and ambition is felt throughout campus. Here, students will get to know themselves completely, apply learning beyond the classroom through multiple life experiences, and meet incredible people like themselves who want to make the world better. InvolveUA is a portal to more than 500 student clubs and organizations, like UA Dance Team, student government, clubs for video game developers & community service. The University Athletics has produced some of the world’s most regarded professional athletes, and is also home to one of the world’s largest and loudest student cheering sections, the ZonaZoo.
The main library at UA, is a go-to place to study, create, collaborate and get things done. It is open almost 24/7, offering flexible spaces, friendly experts, a wide range of technology and in-depth research collections that encourage new ideas and help to build new connections. The main campus of the university covers 380 acres in central Tucson. It is a hub of community activity – concerts, plays, lectures, museums, poetry readings, athletic events and more.
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