Our Department offers language acquisition classes up to intermediate level as well culture/literature courses. You can take Hebrew as electives; toward the Languages, Literatures and Cultures major, Jewish Studies minor, World Language Studies minor or towards Linguistics Plans.
For Biblical Hebrew, please go to the Jewish Studies website for course offerings.
|HEBR 190/6.0||Introduction to Modern Hebrew||
This course is designed for students with minimal or no background in Hebrew. The course introduces students with the basic structure and usage of Modern Hebrew.
|HEBR 294/3.0||Intermediate Modern Hebrew I||
An extensive grammar review with practice in speaking, writing and translation, based on the reading of texts by modern Hebrew writers.
|HEBR 295/3.0||Intermediate Modern Hebrew II||
An extensive grammar review with practice in speaking, writing, and translation, based on the reading of texts by modern Hebrew writers. HEBR 295/3.0, when offered, is a direct continuation of HEBR 294/3.0.
|HEBR 301/3.0||Special Topics in Hebrew||
Specialized study, as circumstances permit, of a particular author, genre, theme, movement, literary form or some combination of these elements.
LLCU 395 001
|Reading Modern Hebrew Literature||
Multi–narratives of contemporary Hebrew literature in translation:
Selections from current Israeli media including music, newspapers and television, as well as from modern Hebrew prose and poetry. The selections are studied in Hebrew; written assignments may be submitted in English.
|HEBR 502/3.0||Directed Reading in Hebrew||
Directed Hebrew reading of material not covered in other courses, appropriate to the student’s level.
|Course Code||Course Name||Term||Times||Room||Instructor|
|HEBR 190||Introduction to Modern Hebrew||FW||Mon. 2:30-4:00
KINGST 204 (F)
KINGST 208 (W)
|HEBR 294||Intermediate Modern Hebrew||F||
|ONT 209||N. Haklai|
|HEBR 393/ LLCU 395||Special Topics in Hebrew||W||Mon. 11:30-1:00
Thu. 1:00- 2:30
|KINGST 108||N. Haklai|