The Ph.D. program in Judaic Studies prepares students for academic careers in teaching and research. The program offers three tracks:
- Late Biblical / Post-Biblical Judaism
- Rabbinic-Medieval Judaism
- Contemporary Judaism
Among the fields specifying these tracks are: Archaeology of Roman Palestine; Second Commonwealth Studies; Rabbinic/Talmudic literature; Hellenistic Judaism; and Medieval Jewish History, Philosophy, Mysticism, American Judaism and Zionism.
For more information regarding Judaic Studies programs and activities, visit the Center for Jewish Studies.