Did you know you can earn the Bachelor of Arts, minor, Master of Arts, or PhD in Judaic studies at UConn? Courses in the Judaic studies program are taught by exceptional faculty and cover a broad range of periods, disciplinary approaches, and regions. Graduate students can apply for assistantships that provide full tuition funding and living stipends.
Why pursue Judaic studies? The interdisciplinary field of Judaic studies allows students to become informed on human rights, the humanities, literature, history, and the social sciences from the perspective of the Jewish experience.
Find our fall course offerings at: www.judaicstudies.uconn.edu/students/courses/