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Graduate Students

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Ohio State alumni Jonathan Branfman (PhD, 2018) gives a lecture on Jewish comedians.

Graduate students may pursue M.A., MFA and Ph.D. degrees in Jewish Studies through departments such as English, History, Music, Philosophy and Political Science, to name a few.

Advanced degrees are offered in Hebrew through the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, Dance as well as Yiddish and Ashkenazic Studies though the Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures. The College of Education offers a Masters of Arts degree in Education with a specialization in Jewish Studies. Other departments accept students who want an advanced degree focused on an area of Jewish studies. Some of these include but are not limited to history, political science, geography, archaeology, etc.

Information about graduate studies

Once accepted to the graduate school at Ohio State, students may apply for one of our graduate fellowships in Jewish Studies

For more information, contact Hannah Kosstrin, Kosstrin.1@osu.edu.