Bachelor of Science in Judaic Studies
The Bachelor of Science in Judaic Studies requires a total of 120
units: 52 units in Judaic Studies, which shall include 14 units
in Hebrew language and literature, and 38 units of upper division
Judaic Studies courses; plus 68 units in liberal arts from an accredited
college or university. Normally the student will complete the liberal
arts program prior to upper division work at the Louchheim School.
The program must be completed in six years, of which two must be
in residence consecutively.
Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Religion and Emphasis
in Judaic Studies
The Bachelor of Arts degree requires a total of 128 units which
shall include 20 units in upper division Judaic Studies offered
by HUC-JIR. This degree is offered by the University of Southern
California in cooperation with the College-Institute.
Other departments of the University may permit students to enroll
in courses at the College-Institute. Such courses may be taken as
lower division electives or general education requirements, or they
may constitute a portion of the student's major, in keeping with
the regulation of each department.
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