Why Study Judaic Studies?
Judaic studies graduates are well-prepared for further academic work in Judaic studies, Near and Middle Eastern studies, religious studies, Holocaust studies and other related fields. A Judaic studies degree also prepares one for careers in research and in various private- and-public sector fields. In addition to pursuing graduate study, Judaic majors and minors enjoy careers in:
- community service
- a wide variety of religion-affiliated organizations
- social work
- and many other fields that value individuals whose skills include research, writing and critical thinking.
Additional career options are listed on the Career Development Center's Web site.