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International :05 Jan 

MA Judaic Studies

Catalog id : HI76
 Course Level
Masters / PG
 Type
Full Time

 Duration
2 Years
 Start month
September

 Tuition fee

International
16630 USD
National
16630 USD

Application fee

International 110 USD
National 90 USD
Department
Department of History
Scores accepted
IELTS (min)7
TOEFL-IBT (min)80
TOEFL-PBT (min)550
GRE (avg)330
GMAT (avg)665

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About this course

Judaic Studies is an interdisciplinary program that allows students interested in many areas to build a coordinated graduate program leading to an M.A. Courses which count toward the degree may be in a wide array of university programs and Departments, including history, literature, anthropology, political science, sociology, and philosophy.

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Eligibility Criteria

Applicants for graduate admission must present official evidence of receipt of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution of higher education or the equivalent, with training comparable to that provided by the University of California. A minimum scholastic average of B (3.0 on a 4.0 scale) or its equivalent for course work completed in upper-division or prior graduate study.

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Course Modules

  • A two-quarter research seminar, either HIGR 230 or 231.
  • Cross-Field Historiography Course: HIGR 200.
  • European Historiography Courses: HIGR 220, 221 and/or 222. Each year 1-2 of these historiography courses are offered, and the student must take these.
  • Two courses in pre-industrial Europe 1450-1750: HIGR 220 and 221, or HIGR 230 may be counted for this distribution requirement. Note: HIGR 221 may NOT be used for both (3) and (4).
  • Two courses in industrial Europe since 1750: HHIGR 221, 222, or HIGR 231 may be counted for this requirement, as well as appropriate graduate level colloquia.
  • One course in a discipline other than history, if relevant to the student's program.

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How to Apply

Academic Records

One set of final official transcripts of all previous academic work completed after high school graduation, including certification of degrees received or documentation of status upon leaving each institution, is required for each application submitted. Only official records bearing the signature of the registrar and the seal of the issuing institution will be accepted. Applicants with academic work in progress who expect to complete a degree program before the intended date of enrollment at UC San Diego must submit evidence of degree conferral and a final academic record, as soon as they are available. The undergraduate degree must be completed prior to the start of graduate study.

International Applicant Academic Records

In all applications for graduate admission, official academic records bearing the signature of the registrar or other responsible academic officer and the seal of the issuing institution are required. If the institution does not issue duplicate records, the copy of the official record must be certified. Properly certified copies should be sent instead of irreplaceable original documents. Unless academic records are issued in English by the institution itself, certified English translations must accompany official documents written in a language other than English.

Foreign academic records should show titles of all courses attended each year, years of study (or duration of study), examinations passed, seminars completed, and grades or marks received in all institutions where formal records are maintained. Official evidence of degree conferral must also be supplied, together with evidence of rank in class if possible.

Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) Scores
Most graduate programs require that applicants take the GRE. Contact the specific program for further information. Applicants who are applying for admission to a department, group, or school that requires that they take the GRE should do so as early as possible to insure the timely receipt of their score results. Applicants must take the GRE no later than fall in order to meet most departmental deadlines for admission. Consult the GRE website for further information. Only official scores sent to UC San Diego by ETS will be accepted for admission.

Letters of Recommendation
Applicants should arrange to have three letters of recommendation submitted online to UC San Diego. If paper letters are necessary they must be mailed to the prospective major department, group, or school. It is most important that letters of recommendation be completed by individuals in a position to analyze an applicant’s abilities and academic or professional promise.

International Applicant Requirements
English Language Test
Demonstrated proficiency in the English language is required for all international applicants whose native language is not English and who have not received at least a B average and studied full-time for one uninterrupted year at a university-level institution in a country in which English is the language of instruction and in a country in which English is the dominant language. Three English proficiency exams are accepted for graduate study at UC San Diego:

The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL): The minimum TOEFL score for admission is 550 for the paper based test (PBT) or 80 for the Internet Based Test. TOEFL information and forms are available at the TOEFL website.

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Academic Training exam:The minimum IELTS score is Band 7.0. IELTS registration information is available on the IELTS website.

The Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE Academic). The minimum PTE academic score required for graduate admission is overall score 65. Registration and test information is available on the Pearson website.

International students whose native language is not English will be required to demonstrate English language proficiency before they may serve as teaching assistants.

International Applicant Financial Statement
International applicants accepting admission to UC San Diego are required to certify that they possess sufficient funds to cover all fees, transportation, and living expenses during the first academic year of graduate enrollment at UC San Diego. An International Applicant Financial Statement, for the purpose of indicating the amount and source of funds available for graduate study, is made available to applicants after accepting admission; the financial statement must be submitted before visa forms can be provided.

Opportunities for employment, on or off campus, are extremely limited, and international applicants should not base their educational plans on the hope of finding employment after arriving in the United States.

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