Four Year Plan

This sample shows just one possible pathway to earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Jewish Studies in four years. This plan does not replace the advice of your Jewish Studies advisor and your College Undergraduate Advisor. You are cautioned to meet regularly with both to create a personalized plan that matches your particular circumstances rather than following this verbatim.

The information below reflects the degree requirements for students who began their college education in Fall of 2013 or later. If you started college coursework prior to Fall of 2013, your degree requirements may be different. This plan also assumes that you have tested into college-level math and English classes but have not taken any foreign language during high school.

Sample Study Plan

Year 1
Fall Credits
ENGLISH 101
3
MATH 103 (QL-A)
or MATH 105
3
HEBR ST 101
4
100-level history course (SS)
3
HEBR ST 100 (HU)
3
Spring Credits
QL-B course
3
ENGLISH 102 (OWC-A)
3
HEBR ST 102
4
L&S Natural Science
3-5
Arts GER
3
Year 2
Fall Credits
OWC-B course
3
HEBR ST 201 (Int'l)
4
L&S Social Science / Cultural Diversity
3
L&S Natural Science with lab
3-5
HEBR ST 231 (HU)
3
Spring Credits
Formal reasoning course
3
HEBR ST 202 (Int'l)
4
Elective in track
3
L&S Natural Science
3-5
L&S Social Science
3
Year 3
Fall Credits
L&S upper-level
3
L&S Natural Science
3-5
Upper-level elective in track
3
HEBR ST 332 (HU)
3
Elective
3
Spring Credits
L&S Humanities, not Hebrew Studies
3
Upper-level elective in track
3
L&S upper-level
3
L&S Social Science/International
3
Elective
3
Year 4
Fall Credits
L&S Humanities, not Hebr St
3
Upper-level elective in track
3
L&S upper-level
3
L&S upper-level
3
Elective
3
Spring Credits
Upper-level Jewish or Hebr St research course
3
Upper-level elective in track
3
L&S upper-level
3
L&S upper-level
3
Elective
3