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Established in 1992, the Jewish Studies Program at Michigan State University introduces students to the history and religion, culture and...
Established in 1992, the Jewish Studies Program at Michigan State University introduces students to the history and religion, culture and civilization of the Jewish people. Courses survey these themes from biblical times to the present; from ancient Israel to Europe, the United States, and modern Israel; from the Inquisition to the Holocaust; and from biblical texts to modern Hebrew.  Our emphasis is on modern Hebrew.  Students may take Jewish studies courses to satisfy requirements in their major programs and/or complete a 20-credit specialization in Jewish Studies. The Jewish Studies office is at C730 Wells Hall, with the director’s office at C725 Wells, and the administrative assistant at C712 Wells Hall. The phone number for Jewish Studies is (517) 432-3493.

Jewish Studies at MSU

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