Students focus on the Yiddish language and explore its culture by combining language instruction with cultural immersion. Students will progress to a high level of fluency by examining Yiddish literary and historical texts, folklore, films, children's literature, and music.
- 2nd term Yiddish or the equivalent (YIDDISH 102)
- 15 Credits
- At least three (3) of the courses must be taken at the U-M Ann Arbor campus
- 4th Term Yiddish (YIDDISH 202 or equivalent)
- 9 additional credits from approved courses; 3 credits must be at the 300 level or above.
Please enjoy our YouTube video of our Yiddish students singing Harshl.