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College of Letters & Science

Foreign Languages and Literature

Hebrew/Jewish Studies

The Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, in cooperation with the Center for Jewish Studies, offers a major in Jewish Studies. Students may choose between two tracks: Hebrew Studies, which requires proficiency in the Hebrew language and focuses on the texts and history of early Judaism, and Jewish Cultural Studies, which focuses on modern Jewish culture and history. 

Course of Study: Jewish Studies Major

All majors in Jewish Studies are required to register with the program at the beginning of their candidacy and are encouraged to speak to the program coordinator as early as possible to plan a course of study. To be accepted into the major, students who wish to pursue the Hebrew Studies track must have a GPA of 2.5 in the first two years of Hebrew language courses.

Jewish Studies majors in both tracks must complete a minimum of 15 advanced-level (numbered 300 and above) credits in L&S courses taken in residence at UWM. A GPA of 2.5 is required in courses taken for the major at UWM and in all courses that count for the major, including transfer work.

REQUIRED COURSES (BOTH TRACKS)

Core Course - 3 credits

All Jewish studies majors must complete 3 credits selected from the following:

HIST 358

The Jews of Modern Europe: History and Culture (jointly offered with Jewish 358)

HIST 359

Introduction to Jewish History (jointly offered with Jewish 379)

JEWISH 358

The Jews of Modern Europe: History and Culture (jointly offered with HIST 358)

JEWISH 359

Introduction to Jewish History (jointly offered with HIST 379)

Research Requirement - 3 credits

To satisfy the College of Letters & Science research requirement, students must complete Jewish 500, Topics in Jewish Studies, which is offered every spring semester. In exceptional circumstances, and with the consent of the major coordinator, students may be permitted to fulfill their research requirement in a different course numbered 300 or above.

MAJOR TRACKS
Students must select one of the following two tracks:

Hebrew Studies Track

 

The Hebrew Studies track of the Jewish Studies major requires completion of four semesters of college-level Hebrew (through Hebr St 202) or equivalent preparation. Credits earned in satisfying this requirement count in the major GPA, but do not count in the 30 credits required for the major.

Students in the Hebrew Studies track are encouraged strongly to pursue study abroad in Israel and may apply transfer credits from an approved study-abroad program toward their major requirements.

In addition to satisfying the Hebrew language, core course, and research requirements, students in this track must complete 24 credits, as follows:

9 credits selected from the following:

   

HEBR ST 100

Introduction to Judaism

HEBR ST 231

Introduction to the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible

HEBR ST 235

The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Bible

HEBR ST 331

Topics in Biblical Literature: (all subtitles)

HEBR ST 332

Women in the Bible

Electives – 15 credits from the courses not selected above and/or the following, which must include courses numbered 300 and above to reach a total of 15 advanced credits taken in residence at UWM.

* A maximum of 3 internship credits may count toward the major. 

FILM ST 350

Global Jewish Film and Television: (all subtitles) (jointly offered with Jewish 350)

HEBR ST 100

Introduction to Judaism (if not selected above)

HEBR ST 192

First-Year Seminar: (with appropriate subtitle) (contact program coordinator)

HEBR ST 199

Independent Study (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 230

Bible Stories

HEBR ST 231

Introduction to the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible (if not selected above)

HEBR ST 235

The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Bible (if not selected above)

HEBR ST 238

Topics in Hebrew/Jewish Literature, Art, and Culture: (all subtitles)

HEBR ST 254

Studies in Hebrew Culture: (all subtitles)

HEBR ST 261

Representing the Holocaust in Words and Images (jointly offered with Jewish 261)

HEBR ST 289*

Internship in Hebrew Studies, Lower Division (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 297

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 299

Ad Hoc: (all subtitles)

HEBR ST 331

Topics in Biblical Literature: (all subtitles) (if not selected above)

HEBR ST 332

Women in the Bible (if not selected above)

HEBR ST 368 (268)

Jewish and Christian Responses to the Holocaust (jointly offered with Jewish 368)

HEBR ST 381

Honors Seminar: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 397

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 411

Old Testament Texts: (subtitle)

HEBR ST 449

Modern Jewish Thought

HEBR ST 470

Readings in Rabbinic Literature: (all subtitles)

HEBR ST 471

Introduction to the Midrash: (all subtitles)

HEBR ST 489*

Internship in Hebrew Studies, Upper Level (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 497

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 499

Ad Hoc: (all subtitles)

HEBR ST 597

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 697

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 699

Independent Study (as approved by program coordinator)

HIST 282

The Modern Middle East in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

HIST 358

The Jews of Modern Europe: History and Culture (jointly offered with Jewish 358)

HIST 363

German: Hitler and the Nazi Dictatorship

HIST 364

The Holocaust: Anti-Semitism and the Fate of the Jewish People in Europe, 1933-1945

HIST 370

Topics in the History of Religious Thought: (with appropriate subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HIST 401

Topics in Middle Eastern History: (with appropriate subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 101

Jewish Culture in America: History, Literature, Film

JEWISH 192

First-Year Seminar: (with appropriate subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 193

First-Year Seminar: (with appropriate subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 199

Independent Study (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 247

Jewish Art, Literature, Culture: (all subtitles)

JEWISH 261

Representing the Holocaust in Words and Images (jointly offered with Hebr St 261)

JEWISH 289*

Internship in Jewish Studies, Lower Division (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 297

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 299

Ad Hoc: (all subtitles)

JEWISH 321

The Holocaust and the Politics of Memory

JEWISH 328

The Arab-Israeli Conflict (jointly offered with Pol Sci 328)

JEWISH 350

Global Jewish Film and Television: (all subtitles) (jointly offered with Film St 350)

JEWISH 358

The Jews of Modern Europe: History and Culture (jointly offered with Hist 368)

JEWISH 368 (268)

Jewish and Christian Responses to the Holocaust (jointly offered with Hebr St 368)

JEWISH 371

Survey of Jewish Literature (IN PROGRESS)

JEWISH 489*

Internship in Jewish Studies, Upper Division (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 497

Study Abroad: (Subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 499

Ad Hoc: (all subtitles)

JEWISH 699

Independent Study (as appr by prog coord)

POL SCI 328

The Arab-Israeli Conflict (jointly offered with Jewish 328)

POL SCI 371

Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict

Jewish Cultural Studies Track

The Jewish cultural studies track does not have a language requirement as part of the major track. Students in this track, however, complete language studies as part of their L&S degree requirements. Although no additional language courses are required beyond those required for the L&S degree, with the consent of the major coordinator, students may count up to 6 credits in appropriate language courses beyond the second semester. Students interested in considering advanced studies in Jewish Studies or a career in Jewish education are encouraged to take Hebrew. Credits earned in language courses approved by the coordinator count in the Jewish cultural studies major option GPA.

In addition to the core and research requirement courses, the following 24 credits are required:

12 credits selected from the following:

   

FILM ST 350

Global Jewish Film and Television: (all subtitles) (jointly offered with Jewish 350)

HEBR ST 261

Representing the Holocaust in Words and Images (jointly offered with Jewish 261)

HEBR ST 368 (268)

Jewish and Christian Responses to the Holocaust (jointly offered with Jewish 368)

HEBR ST 449

Modern Jewish Thought

JEWISH 101

Jewish Culture in America: History, Literature, Film

JEWISH 247

Jewish Art, Literature, Culture: (all subtitles)

JEWISH 261

Representing the Holocaust in Words and Images (jointly offered with Hebr St 261)

JEWISH 328

The Arab-Israeli Conflict (jointly offered with Pol Sci 328)

JEWISH 350

Global Jewish Film and Television: (all subtitles) (jointly offered with Film St 350)

JEWISH 368 (268)

Jewish and Christian Responses to the Holocaust (jointly offered with Hebr St 368)

JEWISH 371

Survey of Jewish Literature (IN PROGRESS)

JEWISH 421

Introduction to Yiddish Literature: (all subtitles)

POL SCI 328

The Arab-Israeli Conflict (jointly offered with Jewish 328)

Electives – a minimum of 12 credits from the following, which must include courses numbered 300 and above to reach a total of 15 advanced credits taken in residence at UWM.

* A maximum of 3 internship credits may count toward the major.

FILM ST 350

Global Jewish Film and Television: (all subtitles) (jointly offered with Jewish 350)

HEBR ST 100

Introduction to Judaism (if not selected above)

HEBR ST 192

First-Year Seminar: (with appropriate subtitle) (contact program coordinator)

HEBR ST 199

Independent Study (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 230

Bible Stories

HEBR ST 231

Introduction to the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible (if not selected above)

HEBR ST 235

The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Bible (if not selected above)

HEBR ST 238

Topics in Hebrew/Jewish Literature, Art, and Culture: (all subtitles)

HEBR ST 254

Studies in Hebrew Culture: (all subtitles)

HEBR ST 261

Representing the Holocaust in Words and Images (jointly offered with Jewish 261)

HEBR ST 289*

Internship in Hebrew Studies, Lower Division (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 297

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 299

Ad Hoc: (all subtitles)

HEBR ST 331

Topics in Biblical Literature: (all subtitles) (if not selected above)

HEBR ST 332

Women in the Bible (if not selected above)

HEBR ST 368 (268)

Jewish and Christian Responses to the Holocaust (jointly offered with Jewish 368)

HEBR ST 381

Honors Seminar: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 397

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 411

Old Testament Texts: (subtitle)

HEBR ST 449

Modern Jewish Thought

HEBR ST 470

Readings in Rabbinic Literature: (all subtitles)

HEBR ST 471

Introduction to the Midrash: (all subtitles)

HEBR ST 489*

Internship in Hebrew Studies, Upper Level (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 497

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 499

Ad Hoc: (all subtitles)

HEBR ST 597

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 697

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 699

Independent Study (as approved by program coordinator)

HIST 282

The Modern Middle East in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

HIST 358

The Jews of Modern Europe: History and Culture (jointly offered with Jewish 358)

HIST 363

German: Hitler and the Nazi Dictatorship

HIST 364

The Holocaust: Anti-Semitism and the Fate of the Jewish People in Europe, 1933-1945

HIST 370

Topics in the History of Religious Thought: (with appropriate subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HIST 401

Topics in Middle Eastern History: (with appropriate subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 101

Jewish Culture in America: History, Literature, Film

JEWISH 192

First-Year Seminar: (with appropriate subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 193

First-Year Seminar: (with appropriate subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 199

Independent Study (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 247

Jewish Art, Literature, Culture: (all subtitles)

JEWISH 261

Representing the Holocaust in Words and Images (jointly offered with Hebr St 261)

JEWISH 289*

Internship in Jewish Studies, Lower Division (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 297

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 299

Ad Hoc: (all subtitles)

JEWISH 321

The Holocaust and the Politics of Memory

JEWISH 328

The Arab-Israeli Conflict (jointly offered with Pol Sci 328)

JEWISH 350

Global Jewish Film and Television: (all subtitles) (jointly offered with Film St 350)

JEWISH 358

The Jews of Modern Europe: History and Culture (jointly offered with Hist 368)

JEWISH 368 (268)

Jewish and Christian Responses to the Holocaust (jointly offered with Hebr St 368)

JEWISH 371

Survey of Jewish Literature (IN PROGRESS)

JEWISH 421

Introduction to Yiddish Literature: (all subtitles)

JEWISH 489*

Internship in Jewish Studies, Upper Division (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 497

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 499

Ad Hoc: (all subtitles)

JEWISH 699

Independent Study (as approved by program coordinator)

POL SCI 328

The Arab-Israeli Conflict (jointly offered with Jewish 328)

POL SCI 371

Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict

Course of Study: Jewish Studies Minor

A minor in Jewish Studies may be of particular interest to students earning a certificate in Middle Eastern and North African Studies, Cultures and Communities, and/or Comparative Ethnic Studies, or a major in Religious Studies. The minor requires completion of a minimum of 18 credits, at least 9 of which must be taken at the 300 level or above in residence at UWM. The College requires that students earn a GPA of at least 2.50 on all credits for the minor attempted at UWM. In addition, students must earn a GPA of 2.50 on all minor credits attempted, including any transfer work.

Students can attain a minor in Jewish Studies by following one of two tracks:

Hebrew Studies Track

The Hebrew Studies track of the Jewish Studies minor requires the following:

Two semesters (at least 6 cr.) of Hebrew language courses.
Students who test out of one or both semesters of language studies must substitute an alternative Hebr St course, selected in consultation with the program coordinator, for each semester skipped.

12 credits selected from the following,
including 9 credits at the advanced level (300 and above) taken in residence at UWM:

FILM ST 350

Global Jewish Film and Television: (all subtitles) (jointly offered with Jewish 350)

HEBR ST 100

Introduction to Judaism (if not selected above)

HEBR ST 192

First-Year Seminar: (with appropriate subtitle) (contact program coordinator)

HEBR ST 199

Independent Study (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 230

Bible Stories

HEBR ST 231

Introduction to the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible (if not selected above)

HEBR ST 235

The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Bible (if not selected above)

HEBR ST 238

Topics in Hebrew/Jewish Literature, Art, and Culture: (all subtitles)

HEBR ST 254

Studies in Hebrew Culture: (all subtitles)

HEBR ST 261

Representing the Holocaust in Words and Images (jointly offered with Jewish 261)

HEBR ST 297

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 299

Ad Hoc: (all subtitles)

HEBR ST 331

Topics in Biblical Literature: (all subtitles) (if not selected above)

HEBR ST 332

Women in the Bible (if not selected above)

HEBR ST 368 (268)

Jewish and Christian Responses to the Holocaust (jointly offered with Jewish 368)

HEBR ST 381

Honors Seminar: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 397

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 411

Old Testament Texts: (subtitle)

HEBR ST 449

Modern Jewish Thought

HEBR ST 470

Readings in Rabbinic Literature: (all subtitles)

HEBR ST 471

Introduction to the Midrash: (all subtitles)

HEBR ST 497

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 499

Ad Hoc: (all subtitles)

HEBR ST 597

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 697

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 699

Independent Study (as approved by program coordinator)

HIST 282

The Modern Middle East in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

HIST 358

The Jews of Modern Europe: History and Culture (jointly offered with Jewish 358)

HIST 363

German: Hitler and the Nazi Dictatorship

HIST 364

The Holocaust: Anti-Semitism and the Fate of the Jewish People in Europe, 1933-1945

HIST 370

Topics in the History of Religious Thought: (with appropriate subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HIST 379

Introduction to Jewish History (jointly offered with Jewish 379)

HIST 401

Topics in Middle Eastern History: (with appropriate subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 101

Jewish Culture in America: History, Literature, Film

JEWISH 192

First-Year Seminar: (wtih appropriate subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 193

First-Year Seminar: (with appropriate subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 199

Independent Study (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 247

Jewish Art, Literature, Culture: (all subtitles)

JEWISH 261

Representing the Holocaust in Words and Images (jointly offered with Hebr St 261)

JEWISH 297

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 299

Ad Hoc: (all subtitles)

JEWISH 321

The Holocaust and the Politics of Memory

JEWISH 328

The Arab-Israeli Conflict (jointly offered with Pol Sci 328)

JEWISH 350

Global Jewish Film and Television: (all subtitles) (jointly offered with Film St 350)

JEWISH 358

The Jews of Modern Europe: History and Culture (jointly offered with Hist 368)

JEWISH 368 (268)

Jewish and Christian Responses to the Holocaust (jointly offered with Hebr St 368)

JEWISH 371

Survey of Jewish Literature (IN PROGRESS)

JEWISH 379

Introduction to Jewish History (jointly offered with Hist 379)

JEWISH 421

Introduction to Yiddish Literature: (all subtitles)

JEWISH 497

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 499

Ad Hoc: (all subtitles)

JEWISH 500

Topics in Jewish History: (all subtitles)

JEWISH 699

Independent Study (as approved by program coordinator)

POL SCI 328

The Arab-Israeli Conflict (jointly offered with Jewish 328)

POL SCI 371

Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict

Jewish Cultural Studies Track

The Jewish cultural studies track of the Jewish Studies minor requires 18 credits, including 9 credits at the advanced level (300 and above) taken in residence at UWM, distributed as follows:

One of the following:

   

HIST 358

The Jews of Modern Europe: History and Culture (jointly offered w/Jewish 358)

HIST 379

Introduction to Jewish History (jointly offered w/Jewish 379)

JEWISH 358

The Jews of Modern Europe: History and Culture (jointly offered w/History 358)

JEWISH 379

Introduction to Jewish History (jointly offered w/History 379)

Two courses (6 credits) selected from the following:

   

FILM ST 350

Global Jewish Film and Television: (all subtitles) (Jointly offered w/Jewish 350)

HEBR ST 261

Representing the Holocaust in Words and Images (jointly offered w/Jewish 261)

HEBR ST 368 (268)

Jewish and Christian Responses to the Holocaust (jointly offered w/Jewish 368)

JEWISH 101

Jewish Culture in America: History, Literature, Film

JEWISH 247

Jewish Art, Literature, Culture: (all subtitles)

JEWISH 261

Representing the Holocaust in Words and Images (jointly offered w/Hebr St 261)

JEWISH 328

The Arab-Israeli Conflict (jointly offered w/Pol Sci 328)

JEWISH 350

Global Jewish Film and Television: (all subtitles) (jointly offered w/Film St 350)

JEWISH 368 (268)

Jewish and Christian Responses to the Holocaust (jointly offered w/Hebr St 368)

POL SCI 328

The Arab-Israeli Conflict (jointly offered w/Jewish 328)

Three courses (9 credits) selected from the following:

   

HEBR ST 100

Introduction to Judaism (if not selected above)

HEBR ST 192

First-Year Seminar: (with appropriate subtitle) (contact program coordinator)

HEBR ST 199

Independent Study (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 230

Bible Stories

HEBR ST 231

Introduction to the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible (if not selected above)

HEBR ST235

The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Bible (if not selected above)

HEBR ST 238

Topics in Hebrew/Jewish Literature, Art, and Culture: (all subtitles)

HEBR ST 254

Studies in Hebrew Culture: (all subtitles)

HEBR ST 261

Representing the Holocaust in Words and Images (jointly offered with Jewish 261)

HEBR ST 297

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 299

Ad Hoc: (all subtitles)

HEBR ST 331

Topics in Biblical Literature: (all subtitles) (if not selected above)

HEBR ST 332

Women in the Bible (if not selected above)

HEBR ST 368 (268)

Jewish and Christian Responses to the Holocaust (jointly offered with Jewish 368)

HEBR ST 381

Honors Seminar: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 397

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 411

Old Testament Texts: (subtitle)

HEBR ST 449

Modern Jewish Thought

HEBR ST 470

Readings in Rabbinic Literature: (all subtitles)

HEBR ST 471

Introduction to the Midrash: (all subtitles)

HEBR ST 497

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 499

Ad Hoc: (all subtitles)

HEBR ST 597

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 697

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HEBR ST 699

Independent Study (as approved by program coordinator)

HIST 282

The Modern Middle East in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

HIST 358

The Jews of Modern Europe: History and Culture (jointly offered with Jewish 358)

HIST 363

German: Hitler and the Nazi Dictatorship

HIST 364

The Holocaust: Anti-Semitism and the Fate of the Jewish People in Europe, 1933-1945

HIST 370

Topics in the History of Religious Thought: (with appropriate subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

HIST 401

Topics in Middle Eastern History: (with appropriate subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 101

Jewish Culture in America: History, Literature, Film

JEWISH 192

First-Year Seminar: (with appropriate subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 193

First-Year Seminar: (with appropriate subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 199

Independent Study (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 247

Jewish Art, Literature, Culture: (all subtitles)

JEWISH 261

Representing the Holocaust in Words and Images (jointly offered with Hebr St 261)

JEWISH 297

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 299

Ad Hoc: (all subtitles)

JEWISH 321

The Holocaust and the Politics of Memory

JEWISH 328

The Arab-Israeli Conflict (jointly offered with Pol Sci 328)

JEWISH 350

Global Jewish Film and Television: (all subtitles) (jointly offered with Film St 350)

JEWISH 358

The Jews of Modern Europe: History and Culture (jointly offered with Hist 368)

JEWISH 368 (268)

Jewish and Christian Responses to the Holocaust (jointly offered with Hebr St 368)

JEWISH 371

Survey of Jewish Literature (IN PROGRESS)

JEWISH 421

Introduction to Yiddish Literature: (all subtitles)

JEWISH 497

Study Abroad: (subtitle) (as approved by program coordinator)

JEWISH 499

Ad Hoc: (all subtitles)

JEWISH 500

Topics in Jewish History: (all subtitles)

JEWISH 699

Independent Study (as approved by program coordinator)

POL SCI 328

The Arab-Israeli Conflict (jointly offered with Jewish 328)

POL SCI 371

Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict

Related Programs

Hebrew/Jewish Studies students also may be interested in the Comparative Ethnic Studies and the Religious Studies programs as well as the certificate program in Middle Eastern and North African Studies.

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