The Graduate Certificate provides an opportunity for graduate students enrolled at the University of Michigan to acquire an interdisciplinary grounding in Judaic Studies as a secondary field. Through dynamic courses and collaboration with faculty, students enhance skills, gain specialized knowledge, build credentials, and develop professional expertise. Upon completion of the program, participants will receive a printed graduate certificate from the Rackham Graduate School as well as formal recognition on their U-M transcripts.
Graduate Program Requirements
This program requires fifteen (15) credits of course work that will provide multidisciplinary perspectives on Jewish Studies. You are required to take Judaic 601 and Judaic 890.
To discuss the program requirements or plan a course of study, please make an appointment using the Advising Appointment System. You can also e-mail our Student Services Coordinator or e-mail our Faculty Advisor.