Hebrew Studies Minor

Prerequisite

Minor Requirements (6 units)

  • 2 courses conducted in Hebrew—for example, third-year Hebrew:
    Course Title
    HEBREW 216-1
    HEBREW 216-2
    HEBREW 216-3
    Hebrew III:Topics in Hebrew Literature
    and Hebrew III: Topics in Hebrew Literature
    and Hebrew III: Topics in Hebrew Literature
  • 1 course on a classical Hebrew text read in Hebrew (eligible courses are typically on biblical, rabbinic, or mystical texts, such as RELIGION 329-0 Topics in the Bible or RELIGION 339-0 Topics in Judaism)
  • 1 course on modern Hebrew literature, using Hebrew literary texts from the Haskalah through the contem­porary periods, either in the original language or in English
  • 1 course on modern Israel, exclusive of Israeli literature, typically in history, political science, sociology, or anthropology; must be approved by the director of undergraduate studies
  • 1 elective chosen from Hebrew literature or Jewish literature, in translation or in the original; in Israel studies; in the Department of Linguistics relevant to Semitic languages; covering classical Hebrew texts in translation or in the original; or conducted in Hebrew. e.g.:
    Course Title
    HEBREW 216-1
    HEBREW 216-2
    HEBREW 216-3
    Hebrew III:Topics in Hebrew Literature
    and Hebrew III: Topics in Hebrew Literature
    and Hebrew III: Topics in Hebrew Literature
    HEBREW 316-1
    HEBREW 316-2
    HEBREW 316-3
    Hebrew IV: Advanced Topics in Hebrew Literature
    and Hebrew IV: Advanced Topics In Hebrew Literature
    and Advanced Topics in Hebrew Literature
  • At least 2 of the 6 courses must be at the 300 level.