Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations: Hebrew & Judaica, BA
The major concentration in Hebrew and Judaica explores the development of Hebrew culture from the Biblical through Rabbinic and Medieval Periods through modern times. Because of the interrelationship between language and culture an emphasis is placed on gaining facility in the use of Hebrew language alongside courses in history, culture, literature, and religion of Judaism.
The minimum total course units for graduation in this major is 34. Double majors may entail more course units.
For information about the General Education requirements, please visit the College of Arts & Sciences Curriculum page.
|College General Education Requirements and Free Electives|
|Foundational Approaches + Sectors1 + Free Electives||20|
|Select the following 6 course units if you have no knowledge of Hebrew. With prior knowledge of Hebrew (placement test required), select corresponding number of course units in electives.||6|
|Elementary Modern Hebrew I|
|Elementary Modern Hebrew II|
|Intermediate Modern Hebrew III|
|Intermediate Modern Hebrew IV|
|Advanced Modern Hebrew: Conversation & Writing|
|Intermediate Biblical Hebrew I|
|NELC 101/ANCH 025/HIST 024||Introduction to the Ancient Near East||1|
|NELC 102||Introduction to the Middle East||1|
|Concentration Requirements 2|
|Select 1 course unit of Biblical Literature||1|
|Select 1 course unit of Rabbinic/Medieval Literature||1|
|Select 1 course unit of Modern Hebrew Literature||1|
|Select 2 course units of Concentration Requirements||2|
|Select 1 course unit of Concentration Paper Course||1|
|Total Course Units||34|
You may count no more than one course toward both a Major and a Sector requirement. For Exceptions, check the Policy Statement.
May focus on either Medieval or Modern Periods, to be chosen in consultation with the major advisor.
Requirements: A minimum overall GPA of 3.0 and a GPA of 3.5 in major related courses.
|NELC 395||Senior Conference||1|
|NELC 399||Independent Study||1|
The degree and major requirements displayed are intended as a guide for students entering in the Fall of 2020 and later. Students should consult with their academic program regarding final certifications and requirements for graduation.