Courses will be held in Jerusalem and Tel-Aviv, in specially-designated classrooms as well as during field excursions. Students can earn 6 UA direct credits for two courses involving the study of international affairs, public policy, archeology, history, cultural anthropology, and and religion, listed or cross listed in the UofA Departments of Judaic Studies, and if applicable, Religious Studies, History, Political Science. Some courses satisfy GEN. ED. Tier II requirements. All courses include extensive field trips and fieldwork assignments.
COURSES OFFERED (depending on demand): Jewish Civilization (JUS/HIST/RELI 301, Tier II) International Human Rights, Transitional Justice, and Israel (JUS 384) Other options may be available depending on student demand. Students who have already taken JUS 301 and JUS 384 may request alternative coursework
**NOTE: In addition to the standard UA Study Abroad requirements, applicants must submit 2 letters of recommendation. Non-UA students must also submit official transcripts from each undergraduate institution attended.
Faculty Lead: For course information or to inquire about possible scholarship from the Center for Judaic Studies, please contact Dr. David Graizbord at firstname.lastname@example.org
Included in this program: Tuition for 7 UA credits, housing, health insurance
Excursions included- First head to Caesarea Maritima and visit the ancient site. Have lunch in Caesarea Maritima. Head to Acco and visit the Old City & meet with the Acco Theater Center followed by dinner on the shore Travel to Safed (Tzfat) to meet with David Friedman, a Kabbalistic artist Walk and swim at Hameshushim Nature park and enjoy an outdoor picnic Meet with The Israel Center for Jewish-Christian Relations in the lower Galilee Tour the city of Nazareth & meet Lights of Peace Center founder Sheikh Ghassan Manasra Travel to Haifa to visit the Bahai Gardens Tour the Mt. Carmel National Park Visit Druze village Daliat al Carmel