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Undergraduate Program

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The Undergraduate Major and Minor in Jewish Studies

An undergraduate program in Jewish Studies is offered through Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity (CSRE). It is interdisciplinary in that it that draws together a wide range of disciplines including history, literary studies, religious studies, gender studies, education, and other fields. Through its courses and extracurricular programs, the Taube Center seeks to introduce students to the ideas and experience of the Jewish people over its entire history, from the biblical period to the Holocaust and contemporary Israeli culture.

Learn more about the undergraduate major

Learn more about the undergraduate minor

How to Declare

Review the major and minor requirements.  Complete the Declaration Survey and Major/Minor Declaration form.  Meet with CSRE’s Student Services Specialist, Byron Barahona (bdbaraho@stanford.edu), to complete the major/minor proposal form and schedule classes. After the meeting, you’ll be able to go on your student Axess and officially request the major/minor.  For more information on how to declare: https://ccsre.stanford.edu/academics/how-declare.

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