The ATCJS offers four to six “CJS” designated courses every year that are specialized in one of the four areas. In addition to CJS designated courses, one of the greatest assets of doing a Jewish Studies degree with the ATCJS is the flexibility to take courses from our collaborating units as part of your program; such as Sociology, Anthropology, Political Science, History, English, Classics, Environmental Studies, and more.
The ATCJS releases an Undergraduate Handbook every year, which is the master list of all courses from the ATCJS' collaborating units at UofT that count towards your Jewish Studies program.
To encourage students to pursue their research interests, ATCJS offers upper-year students the opportunity to develop and complete individual projects under a faculty member's supervision. Find out more about applications for Independent Studies Courses.
ATCJS also welcomes community members who wish to learn more about Jewish Studies through auditing, however auditing opportunities is at the discretion of the Centre and the course instructors.