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General Bulletin 2008-2010

Courses of Instruction

HEBREW (HBW -Arts and Science; Department of German, Russian, and East Asian Languages)

101 Beginning Modern Hebrew (4)

Basic grammar and development of reading, speaking, writing, and listening skills. No prior study of Hebrew needed.

102 Beginning Modern Hebrew (4)

Continuation of basic grammar and development of reading, speaking, writing, and listening skills. Prerequisite: HBW 101 or equivalent

179 Introduction to Jewish Studies (1)

Introduction to Jewish studies as a subject of academic study, basic concepts in Jewish studies and multidisciplinary approaches to Jewish studies. Cross-listed with ART, ENG, GEO, GER, HST, POL, PSY, REL.

201 Intermediate Modern Hebrew (3)

Conversation, vocabulary building, readings, composition, grammar. Prerequisite: HBW 102 or equivalent.

202 Intermediate Modern Hebrew (3)

Continued development of conversation skills, vocabulary acquisition, reading and writing strategies, as well as grammar skills. Prerequisite: HBW 201 or equivalent. CAS-A

680 Directed Study in Hebrew Language and Literature (1-4; maximum 12)

Prerequisite: Graduate Standing and permission of department chair and instructors.


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