Last year I taught an undergraduate class called “Great Jewish Books” and posted the syllabus here. The course, I thought, went very well. Nevertheless, since I am an inveterate tinkerer, I have tinkered with the syllabus for the upcoming semester. In terms of readings, I switched the excerpts for both classic rabbinic texts and medieval mystical texts and added more in Jewish thought (at the expense of I. B. Singer and Glueckel of Hameln). I am still uncomfortable with the lack of works authored by women, though. I have also changed the writing assignments slightly, making them more focused to better achieve the goals of the class.
A copy of the syllabus in Word format can be found here. I welcome suggestions. You should also feel free to use it with whatever modifications work for you.