ASU Courses offered for the 2019 Spring Semester

Available Fall 2019 Courses

Below are the courses offered during the 2019 Spring semester that will go towards a minor in Judaic, Holocaust and Peace Studies

For more information, visit the Undergraduate Bulletin.

Concentration Areas

Choose 9 Hours In One Concentration Area

Judaic Concentration Area

  • REL 1110 - Religions of the World (3) 
  • REL 2010 - Old Testament: The Jewish Scriptures (3)  
  • REL 2110 - Judaism (3)
  • Special Topics courses with JUDAIC as the subject (with consent of an advisor)

Holocaust Concentration Area

  • HIS 3151 - Comparative Genocide in the Twentieth Century (3)
  • or

  • JHP 3151 - Comparative Genocide in the Twentieth Century (3)

Peace Studies Concentration Area

  • ANT 2420 - Gender, Race and Class (3)  
  • ART 2019 - Art for Social Change (3) 
  • ENT 3650 - Social Entrepreneurship (3) 
  • GHY 1040 - Introduction to Human Geography (3) 
  • GLS 2000 - Contemporary Global Issues (3) 
  • MGT 3660 - Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (3)
  • P S 2120 - International Politics and Foreign Policy (3
  • P S 3320 - Global Conflict and Mediation: The UN (3)
  • P S 4721 - Human Rights (3)
  • SOC 2050 - Social Diversity and Inequalities (3) 
  • SOC 4250 - Social Movements (3)
  • SOC 4560 - Race and Ethnicity (3) 
  • Special Topics (with consent of advisor)

Electives (6 Hours Required)


3 hours in each of the two other concentration areas

Total Required (18 Hours)


A minimum of 9 hours must be ‘in residence,” i.e. courses taken through ASU (can include study abroad, ASU online courses, etc.).