This course provides a survey of the content and major themes of the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament), New Testament, and Apocryphal writings.
JS/SOC 335 (Online Hybrid)* | Jewish Identity in the United States
- J. Thompson
- 3 units
- Fri 9:30 AM - 12:15 PM
- Sierra Hall 380
- JS Class #20746 or SOC Class #21105
- GE Comparative Studies
*This is a hybrid class (OH) in which students attend class sessions on campus and in an online environment. The class typically meets approximately half online and half on campus.
This course uses the perspectives and tools of sociology to explore how different cultural and social structures affect Jewish families and communities throughout the Jewish diaspora.
Completing Your General Education Requirements and Bachelor's Degree
You can complete your 9-unit upper-division General Education requirement with Jewish Studies courses. Many Jewish Studies courses fulfill General Education requirements! Students may complete the Jewish Studies Minor (21 units) using 15 units to double-count for General Education requirements. Students may complete the B.A. in Modern Jewish Studies (43 units) using 12 units to double-count for GE requirements. Contact the Jewish Studies Interdisciplinary Program Director to tailor a plan of study that meets your specific needs.
Arts & Humanities
JS 200, JS 300, RS 101
Comparative Cultural Studies
HEBR 101, HEBR 102, JS/HIST 210, JS 330, JS/SOC 306, JS/SOC 335, RS 378, and ENGL 371
Tseng College of Extended Learning
Any adult in the community may enroll in University courses without being formally admitted to the university. To learn more, call (818) 677-2504 to speak to the Tseng College Admissions & Records staff about the Open University program.