Department of Religion and Classics

Undergraduate Programs

Courses in Hebrew

Check the course schedules/descriptions available via the Registrar's Office for the official schedules for the widest range of terms for which such information is available.


Below you will find a list of all undergraduate courses that have been offered.

NOTE: Not all of these courses are offered in any given year.

HEB 101 ELEMENTARY HEBREW I

Introduction to the structure of standard modern Hebrew. This class is intended for students with no previous instruction in the language or for those who have had some unsystematic exposure to it. Practice in reading, writing, basic use and grammar. In addition to texts, relevant cultural materials are provided through the use of video and technology based materials.

Last Offered: Fall 2016

HEB 101B INTRO TO BIBLICAL HEBREW

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HEB 102 ELEMENTARY MODERN HEBREW II

Direct continuation of Hebrew 101 with emphasis on enhancing basic reading, writing, and speaking skills in standard modern Hebrew. In addition to reading texts, relevant cultural materials are provided through the use of audio, video and technology based materials.

Last Offered: Spring 2016

HEB 103 INTERMEDIATE HEBREW I

Direct continuation of Hebrew 102 with emphasis on enhancing reading comprehension and writing and speaking skills in standard modern Hebrew. Students enrolling are expected to have a good understanding of basic Hebrew grammar structures, including familiarity with common verb forms. In addition to texts, relevant cultural materials are provided through the use of video and technology based materials.

Prerequisites: HEB 102
Last Offered: Fall 2016

HEB 104 INTERMEDIATE MODRN HEBREW II

This is a fourth semester course in the Hebrew language series designed as a direct continuation of HEB 103. The focus of instruction is on the enhancement of language skills through the acquisition of complex morphological and syntactical structures and the expansion of vocabulary and idioms. The course has an emphasis on oral and written communication in both standard and colloquial modern Hebrew. In addition to reading texts, relevant cultural materials are provided through the use of audio, video and technology based materials.

Last Offered: Spring 2016

HEB 110 INTRO TO BIBLICAL HEBREW

A one-semester introduction to classical Hebrew for beginners. The course will cover the Hebrew writing system (alphabet and pointing/vocalization rules), basic grammatical structures and vocabulary, and the guided reading and translation of selected simple biblical narratives.

Last Offered: Fall 2016

HEB 204 HEBREW THROUGH MEDIA AND LIT

Designed to develop advanced reading and conversational skills using various materials including Israeli newspapers, Hebrew movies and songs, and texts from modern Hebrew literature (fiction and poetry). Writing skills are enhanced through a series of related home-assignments. Review of Hebrew verbal system and syntactical structures and enrichment of vocabulary are also among the objectives of this course.

Last Offered: Spring 2015

HEB 390 SUPERVISED TEACHING

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Last Offered: Fall 2016

HEB 391 INDEPENDENT STUDY

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Last Offered: Fall 2016

HEB 393 SENIOR PROJECT

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Last Offered: Fall 2016

HEB 394 INTERNSHIP

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Last Offered: Fall 2016