DECLARING THE JUS MAJOR:
Students can email the JUS Advisor to declare the JUS Major.
JUS Advisor Contact: Christopher Cruz, firstname.lastname@example.org
31 units required. A minimum of 21 units must be upper division (numbered 300-499). Minimum 2.00 GPA required. See JUS Major Checklist (PDF).
JUS Core Class: JUS 301 – Jewish Civilization (3 units)
JUS Elective Courses (23 units)
4th Semester Language Requirement (Hebrew language, JUS 203B – 5 units) or other foreign languages spoken by Jewish communities as approved by the Judaic Studies Undergraduate Advisor. Other languages may include Arabic, Farsi, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Turkish.
- JUS 103A (1st semester Hebrew – 5 units)
- JUS 103B (2nd semester Hebrew – 5 units)
- JUS 203A (3rd semester Hebrew – 5 units) – Used in JUS Major Electives
- JUS 203B (4th semester Hebrew – 5 units) – Used in JUS Major (4th Semester Language)
DOUBLE MAJOR WITH JUS:
Up to three courses (9 credits) can be double dipped with a 2nd major.
JUS is a fantastic option for a 2nd major. The major typically requires about 10 courses.
GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
Tier 2 Humanities Requirement - The Humanities requirement is satisfied by course work completed for the JUS major.
Diversity Emphasis - JUS majors may use JUS 325, 370A, 370B, 372A, 372B or JUS 376 to fulfill their requirement for Diversity Emphasis Courses: Gender, Race, Class, Ethnicity, Sexual Orientation or Non-Western Area Studies.
No courses used for the JUS major may be used for general education requirements.
JUS 160D1 cannot be used in the JUS Major or JUS Minor.