Judaic Studies (JST) at UAlbany offers undergraduate courses at elementary and advanced levels, many of which are cross-listed with other departments. Practicum credit may be earned by assisting with course instruction and Internship credit through community service. Many students take advantage of the SUNY-wide Israel study program for a semester or year overseen by Judaic Studies. Students may apply for sponsored scholarships.
Avenues often pursued by Judaic Studies graduates:
(View Fall 2014 Course Descriptions)
- Graduate Training in Social Welfare
- Jewish Communal Administration or Education
- The Rabbinate or Cantorate
- Ph.D. Programs
World of Jewish Culture L-LC
For incoming freshmen interested in learning about Jewish life and culture while being introduced to the academic and social expectations of University life. Find out more.