2021-2022 Catalog 
    
    Dec 02, 2021  
2021-2022 Catalog

Jewish Studies and Social Justice Minor


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Program Learning Outcomes


  • Social Justice: Students will explain and apply theoretical and practical applications of social justice and activism rooted in the Jewish traditions
  • Social Identities, Intersectionality, and Marginalized Communities: Students will articulate the intersectionality of social identities and in/justice, specifically those of marginalized social groups, using Jewish communities as a window
  • Jews and Judaisms: Students will articulate various dimensions of Jewish cultures, histories, politics, philosophies, and/or languages

Minor Requirements (20 units)


Electives (12 units)


  • Any course with MJSS course attribute 

Note:


Note: For all Theology and Religious Studies majors who choose to minor in Jewish Studies and Social Justice, a maximum of 2 Theology and Religious Studies courses will be permitted to count for this minor not including the two core courses for the minor, THRS 125  and THRS 130 .

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