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  • Objectives
    The study of religion provides an opportunity to learn about the customs, views, social organizations, ideas, historical experiences and present‑day conditions of people around the globe, as well as right here in Quebec and Canada. By studying the world’s main religions, students discover how different groups of people have answered the questions that are most important to them and how they confront the challenges of contemporary life.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Arts in Judaic Studies
  • Course description
    Honours in Judaic Studies: 60 credits

        * 12 elective credits in Introductory Hebrew Language or Studies in Hebrew Texts (Students who demonstrate fluency in Hebrew by a written examination may substitute religion courses at the intermediate or advanced level approved by the departmental advisor.)
        * 6 elective credits in introductory level Religious Imagination and Religion in Practice, or Religions of the West and Religions of Asia
        * 3 required credits in Introduction to Judaism
        * 9 elective credits at the intermediate level in Biblical Studies I: the Hebrew Bible, Ancient Judaism, Medieval Jewish Thought and Institutions, Modern Judaism
        * 9 elective credits at the intermediate level in Israel: Religion and State, Sephardic Judaism, Holocaust: Historical Circumstances, the Impact of the Holocaust on Religious Thought, Women and Religion: Judaism, Women in Jewish History: Ancient and Medieval, Women in Jewish History: Modern, Studies in Jewish Thought and Philosophy, or Topics in Judaic Studies
        * 6 elective credits in Introduction to Christianity, Introduction to Islam, Introduction to Hinduism, Introduction to Buddhism, Biblical Studies: Christian Origins, the Golden Age of Islam, Shiite Islam, Modern Islam, Catacombs, Crusades and Convents: History of Christianity I, Mystics, Heretics and Reformers: History of Christianity II, From Toleration to Political and Social Activism: History of Christianity III, Honouring the Gods and Feasting with Friends: The Ancient Mediterranean, On the Margins of Christianity: Heresy, Dissidence and the End of the World, or Leaders, Rebels and Saints
        * 3 elective credits in the Canadian Jewish Experience, or Selected Topics in Canadian Jewish Studies
        * 3 elective credits in Religion at the intermediate or advanced level
        * 3 required credits in Methodology and the Study of Religion
        * 6 required credits in the Honours Thesis
        * 30 elective credits in any department

    Major in Judaic Studies
    : 48 credits

        * 12 elective credits in Hebrew Language at the introductory level (Students who demonstrate fluency in Hebrew by a written examination may substitute religion courses at the intermediate or advanced level approved by the departmental advisor.)
        * 6 elective credits in introductory level Religious Imagination and Religion in Practice, or Religions of the West and Religions of Asia
        * 3 required credits in Introduction to Judaism
        * 9 elective credits in Biblical Studies I: The Hebrew Bible, Ancient Judaism, Medieval Jewish Thought and Institutions or Modern Judaism
        * 9 elective credits at the intermediate level in Israel: Religion and State, Sephardic Judaism, the Canadian Jewish Experience, Selected Topics in Canadian Jewish Studies, the Holocaust: Historical Circumstances, the Impact of the Holocaust on Religious Thought, Women and Religion: Judaism, Women in Jewish History: Ancient and Medieval, Women in Jewish History: Modern, Studies in Jewish Thought and Philosophy, or Topics in Judaic Studies
        * 6 elective credits in Introduction to Christianity, Introduction to Islam, Introduction to Hinduism, Introduction to Buddhism, Biblical Studies II: Christian Origins, the Golden Age of Islam, Shiite Islam, Modern Islam, Catacombs, Crusades and Convents: History of Christianity I, Mystics, Heretics and Reformers: History of Christianity II, From Toleration to Political and Social Activism: History of Christianity III, Honouring the Gods and Feasting with Friends: the Ancient Mediterranean, On the Margins of Christianity: Heresy, Dissidence and the End of the World, or Leaders, Rebels and Saints
        * 3 required credits in Methodology and the Study of Religion
        * 42 elective credits in any department

    Minor in Judaic Studies: 30 credits

        * 6 elective credits in introductory level Religious Imagination and Religion in Practice, or Religions of the West and Religions of Asia
        * 3 required credits in Introduction to Judaism
        * 6 elective credits in Biblical Studies I: The Hebrew Bible, Ancient Judaism, Medieval Jewish Thought and Institutions or Modern Judaism
        * 6 elective credits at the intermediate level in Israel: Religion and State, Sephardic Judaism, the Canadian Jewish Experience, Selected Topics in Canadian Jewish Studies, the Holocaust: Historical Circumstances, the Impact of the Holocaust on Religious Thought, Women and Religion: Judaism, Women in Jewish History: Ancient and Medieval, Women in Jewish History: Modern, Studies in Jewish Thought and Philosophy, or Topics in Judaic Studies
        * 9 elective credits in Religion at the intermediate or advanced levels

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