Minoring in Hebrew
The undergraduate minor in Hebrew consists of four courses.
Two language courses beyond HEBR 203 (the first semester of Intermediate Hebrew):
HEBR 204: Intermediate Hebrew II
HEBR 305: Advanced Hebrew I
HEBR 306: Advanced Hebrew II
One culture course chosen from among the following:
ASIA/JWST 60: First-Year Seminar: Israeli Culture and Society: Collective Memories and Fragmented Identities
ASIA/JWST/PWAD 235: Israeli Cinema: Gender, Nation, and Ethnicity
ASIA 357/JWST 357/PWAD 362: The Arab-Jews: Culture, Community, and Coexistence
ASIA 358: Religion and Tradition in Israeli Cinema, TV, and Literature
ASIA/JWST/PWAD 425: Beyond Hostilities: Israeli-Palestinian Exchanges and Collaborations in Cinema and Literature
ASIA/JWST 436: Language, Exile, and Homeland in Zionist Thought and Practice
HIST/ASIA/PWAD 277: The Conflict over Israel/Palestine
And a fourth course from either category above.
Placement credit (PL) may not be used to meet minor requirements.