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About Jewish studies
You’ll gain an understanding of Jewish civilisation in its many aspects – language, literature, history, theology, philosophy, rabbinic, law, politics and sociology. Jewish studies is taught by the Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation (ACJC), an interdisciplinary centre within Monash Arts whose mission is to research and teach the significance and evolution of Jewish culture and its contributions to the world.
Why choose Jewish studies?
ACJC is known for its global internships and overseas study trips to Israel, Europe and Rwanda. Our units can be studied through other areas of study such as history, religion and international studies, where they focus on three areas: Judaism and interreligious relations; Israel and the Middle East; and the Holocaust and genocide.
This area of study is offered in the following courses or can be taken where you have 4 free electives. To see if you can take this area of study within a double degree select from the course offering below.
- Arts and Criminology
- Arts and Fine Art
- Arts and Music
- Business Administration and Arts
- Business and Arts
- Commerce and Arts
- Education and Arts
- Engineering and Arts
- Information Technology and Arts
- International Business and Arts
- Laws and Arts
- Marketing and Arts
- Politics, Philosophy and Economics and Arts
- Science and Arts
What a week: Jewish studies
In our Monash Arts 'What a Week' series, two year 12 students hear from industry practitioners about where a Jewish studies major can take them.
- Law and justice
- Humanitarian organisations
- Memorial conservation
As an ACJC student, you can study units overseas. Students choose from ‘Final Journey: Remembering the Holocaust, Seeking Justice: South Africa and Rwanda and War and Peace: Models of Conflict Resolution.