Undergraduate Program in Jewish Studies
The undergraduate program in Jewish Studies includes a wide range of courses in history, religious studies, political science, philosophy, sociology, and anthropology. Many students find it quite easy to add the minor to their study plans, as it requires just two core courses; the remaining four courses may be completed in the discipline(s) of the student’s choosing, provided that they have been approved by the undergraduate program advisor. There is not a major available at this time. ... Read More.
Graduate Research in Jewish Studies
Although the Harris Center does not currently administer a graduate program or certificate in Jewish Studies, our faculty supervise graduate students within their home departments. If you are interested in pursuing an MA or Ph.D. at UNL, begin by visiting the Office of Graduate Studies’ "For Prospective Students" page, and also the website of the appropriate department. In recent years, graduate students interested in Jewish Studies have enrolled in M.A. and Ph.D. programs in the Departments of History, Political Science, Sociology, Modern Languages and Literatures, English, and Philosophy, among others. ... Read More.