The following courses will be offered at Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU during the Spring semester, from January 6-April 26, 2014.
SYD 4606/SYD 5607 – Sociology of World Jewish Communities, Prof. Abraham Lavender
Mondays, 6:45-9:15 p.m.
An overview of Jewish communities throughout the world. Analyze the origins, migrations, demographic and social characteristics. Covers Ashkenazi, Sephardi and Mizrahi communities.
REL 3308 – World Religions, Ivanessa Arostegui
Wednesdays, 6:45-9:15 p.m.
Examines the origins, teachings and practices of selected world religions.
How to register or audit FIU courses at JMOF-FIU:
A student can audit a course as a non-degree seeking student with the permission of the instructor teaching the course. To audit a course, students must fill out the Non-degree Seeking Application and the Registration Add/Drop Form. These forms, and the appropriate residency documents, must be submitted during the first week of courses. A staff person will be on-site at the start of the first two class sessions to collect the forms and answer questions. Tuition and fees for audited courses will be the same as courses taken for credit. All Non-Degree Applicants are assessed a $30.00 application fee upon enrollment.
Persons sixty (60) years of age or older by the first day of the semester, who meet Florida residency requirements, may be allowed to enroll without payment of fees for audit grade. Enrollment is on a space available basis and with instructor’s permission. To audit a course using a Senior Citizen Fee Waiver, students must fill out the Non-degree Seeking Application and the Senior Citizen Fee Waiver Form. These forms and the appropriate residency documents must be submitted during the first week of courses. A staff person will be on-site at the start of the first class session to collect the forms and answer questions.
Register today at my.fiu.edu. For more information, call the FIU Department of Religious Studies at (305) 348-2186.