Jewish Studies promotes an understanding of all aspects of Jewish life, culture, language, literature, religion, and history. As a multidisciplinary program, it is composed of faculty members from the departments of anthropology, English, history, philosophy, political science, and sociology, and school of languages and culture. There is considerable flexibility in the Jewish Studies major and minor to help students meet their interests and goals. Extracurricular activities complement the academic course of study.
Plan of Study
Related Career Interests
Careers in Jewish Studies
- Campaign director of Jewish federation
- Development/grant writer
- Professional/graduate school
- Many other positions in business/management, not necessarily related to the major but based on graduates’ broad-based liberal arts skill set
Transfer to Jewish Studies
Purdue admits to individual majors. In addition to meeting overall Purdue transfer criteria, such as minimum high school course requirements, applicants must also meet major-specific requirements. The major-specific criteria for this program are listed below. Students who meet or exceed these are the most competitive candidates for admission. Before applying, review the closed programs page to confirm your desired major is open to transfer students for your desired entry term.
Minimum GPA: 2.2
Contact InformationUndergraduate Student Recruitment Office