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If you’re eager to deepen your understanding of world cultures through Jewish studies, Arizona State University has an undergraduate program for you. Our interdisciplinary, cross-cultural program of study in the humanities will increase your expertise in Hebrew language and Jewish culture so you can make a difference in world politics, international business and Jewish communities locally, nationally and internationally.
Your journey in Jewish studies starts with your undergraduate admission application to join our program. When you apply to ASU, you’ll declare a major in Jewish studies from three prescribed categories: history and society, religion and thought, and literature and culture. We also have a certificate program for those pursuing other majors.
In order to join our Jewish studies program, you must meet all the general admission requirements for the university. There are slightly different requirements for incoming freshman, transfer students and international students, so determine your applicant type and read ASU’s admission guidelines carefully before submitting your application. Browse the webpages below for more information on submission deadlines, test scores, etc.
We’re delighted you want to become a part of the Jewish studies program at ASU. If you have any additional questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.