Current Course Offerings | Jewish Studies Program | Kent State University

Current Course Offerings

Please note that some courses not specifically named in the minor can be substituted. Contact Chaya Kessler (ckessle7@kent.edu) for questions.

Review JWST Minor requirements

Course Offerings- Spring 2019

  • JWST-11001: Introduction to Jewish Studies | TR 11:00-12:15 | BOW 207
  • JWST-20011: Introduction to the Hebrew Bible | R 11:00-1:45 | BOW 222
  • JWST-30100: Jewish Women in the Modern World | TR 12:30-1:45 | BOW 201
  • HEBR-12102: Elementary Hebrew II | MW 11:00-12:40 | SFH 115
  • HEBR-22105: Intermediate Hebrew II (3) | MW 2:15-3:30 | SFH 104
  • SOC-42561: Sociology of Religion | TR 2:15-3:30 | MLH 102
  • POL-40591: Seminar in International Relations- Comparative Politics | TR 2:15-3:30 | BOW 221
  • POL-30560: Middle East Politics | TR 3:45-5:00 | BOW 301
  • REL-11020: Introduction to World Religions
  • REL-21021: Moses, Jesus, and Mohammad
  • JMC-40010: Ethics and Issues in Mass Communication
  • JMC-40011: Ethics and Issues in Integrated Communication
  • SOC-32569: Minorities in the United States
  • PSYC-31532: Social Psychology

 

Course Offerings- FALL 2018

  • JWST-30300: Children in the Holocaust | TR 11:00-12:15 | BOW 110
  • JWST 40096: Individual Investigation | TBA
  • HEBR-12101: Elementary Hebrew I | MW 11:00-12:40 | SFH 117
  • HEBR-22104: Intermediate Hebrew I | MW 2:15-3:30 | SFH 104
  • HIST-21497: History of Germany, 1871-Present | TR 2:15-3:30 | BOW 219
  • REL-11020: Introduction to World Religions
  • REL-21021: Moses, Jesus, and Mohammad
  • JMC-40010: Ethics and Issues in Mass Communication
  • JMC-40011: Ethics and Issues in Integrated Communication
  • SOC-32569: Minorities in the United States
  • SOC-42560: Sociology of Food
  • SOC-42568: Race and Ethnic Issues
  • PSYC-31532: Social Psychology