Program of Study

2018-2019 Minor Program of Study 

 

Judaic, Holocaust, & Peace Studies Minor Code: 126 

Required hours: 18 hours 

 

I. Required Gateway Course: Choose one (3 hours) 

     JHP/HIS 2300 _____ (3) Introduction to Holocaust & Judaic Studies 

     JHP/GLS 2350 _____ (3) Introduction to Peace Studies 

 

II. Concentration Areas: Choose 9 hours in one concentration area 

     A. Judaic Concentration Area 

          REL 1110 _____ (3) Religions of the World 

          REL 2010 _____ (3) Old Testament: The Jewish Scriptures 

          REL 2110 _____ (3) Judaism 

          REL 3010 _____ (3) Biblical Prophets: Justice & Hope 

          REL 3030 _____ (3) Gender, Sexuality, & the Bible 

          REL 3180 _____ (3) American Judaism 

          Special Topics courses with JUDAIC as the subject (with consent of advisor) ______________________________

 

     B. Holocaust Concentration Area  

          GER 3055 _____ (3) Culture & Civilization of Modern Germany (Pre: GER 2010, 2015) 

          HIS 2315 _____ (3) European History 1789 to Present 

          JHP/HIS 3151____ (3) Comparative Genocide in the Twentieth Century

          JHP/HIS 3152____ (3) Nazi Germany: History and Posthistory

          JHP/HIS 3154____ (3) The Holocaust: Interpretation, Memory, & Representation 

          JHP/ENG 3712____ (3) Literature and Mass Violence

          Special Topics courses with the HOLOCAUST as the subject (with consent of advisor)________________________ 

 

     C. Peace Studies Concentration Area  

          ANT 2400 _____ (3) Native America through Ethnography 

          ANT 2420 _____ (3) Gender, Race, & Class

          ANT 3610 _____ (3) Anthropology of Environmental Justice

          ART 2019 _____ (3) Art for Social Change

          CJ 3110   _____ (3) Crime & Culture

          CJ/PS 3121_____(3) International Terrorism

          COM 3311 _____(3) Conflict Management

          ENT 3650 _____ (3) Social Entrepreneurship (Pre: 54 earned hrs)

          GHY 1040 _____ (3) Introduction to Human Geography

          GHY 4230 _____ (3) Political Geography

          GLS 2000 _____ (3) Contemporary Global Issues

          GLS 3100 _____ (3) Globalization & Development

          GLS 3475 _____ (3) Cooperative Economies

          GWS 2525_____ (3) Global Women’s Issues

          HIS 3158 _____ (3) Ethnic Conflict: East vs West

          HIS/WRC 3210 _____ (3) Poverty: Theory & Practice

          HIS 3242 _____ (3) American Civil Rights Movement

          HIS 3306 _____ (3) Indigenous Resistance Modern Latin America

          MGT 3660 ____ (3) Negotiation & Conflict Resol (Pre: 54 earned hrs)

          MUS 2615 ____ (3) Music and Propaganda

          P S 2120 _____ (3) International Politics & Foreign Policy

          P S 3320 _____ (3) Global Conflict & Mediation: UN [WID-PS] (Pre: RC 2001)

          P S 4721 _____ (3) Human Rights

          P S 4744 _____ (3) Middle East Politics (Pre: Jr/Sr standing)

          REL 3170 _____ (3) Religion & Violence

          SD 2800 _____ (3) Environmental Justice & Sustainability

          SOC 2050 _____ (3) Social Diversity & Inequalities

          SOC 3320 _____ (3) Conflict Resolution, Reconciliation & Peace

          SOC 4250 _____ (3) Social Movements

          SOC 4560 _____ (3) Race & Ethnicity (Pre: Sr standing)

          Special Topics (with consent of advisor) __________________ 

 

III. Electives – 6 hours required (3 hours in each of the two other concentration areas)  

     ___________________________   _____________________________ 

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

 

The 2017-2018 program of study is available for download here.