The annotated course catalogs (KVV) itemize the courses of the Department of Jewish Studies and Religious Studies in the current semester. Please note that within the KKV the courses are listed separately for each degree course of studies.
Please note: The data in PULS (in German) is binding.
Please direct questions concerning the scheduling of your courses to the course schedulers of the department:
Here you can view the courses of Jewish Studies and Religious Studies since summer semester 2011 (in German).
The course catalog for the winter semester 2017/2018 is available in PULS and in the course- and staff catalog of the Faculty of Arts (in German).
Our bachelor- and master degree courses allow you to acquire credit points at other universities. Because University of Potsdam participates in the Selma Stern Center for Jewish Studies Berlin-Brandenburg, you can choose from a broad variety of courses in universities in Berlin and Brandenburg.
The current catalog of courses offered by institutions affiliated with the Center can be found here.
The examination board of the Department of Jewish Studies and Religious Studies recognizes proof of academic achievement at institutions affiliated with the Center. Please check in advance with the respective lecturer if you can be given a course assessment certificate.
SInce winter semester 2017/2018 a new version of study regulations of 2015/2016 exists - for both Jewish studies as primary or secondary subject. This change concerns the former basic module Hebrew (Basismodul Hebräisch), which since this semester is offered as Hebrew I - Modern Hebrew. This chance concerns all students of the study regulations of 2015/2016.
You don't have to re-enroll, from this winter semester on, enrollment for this module takes palce via the module Hebrew I - Modern Hebrew (Modul Hebräisch 1 - Modernes Hebräisch ) (Prüfungsnummer 296611 UEG_BA_001: Modernes Hebräisch). Link PULS
For students, who still have to take the consecutive module Hebrew - Biblical Hebrew II (Hebräisch - Biblisches Hebräisch II), because they took the basic module Hebrew last semester, they can do so both this and in the next semester. Link PULS
If you have question, you can direct them anytime to Ulrike Schneider, PhD (firstname.lastname@example.org) or visit her during her consulting hour (Mon 2:00 - 3:30 p.m.).