Major program: Hebrew at Wesleyan is an innovative and dynamic program geared towards the cultural and literary enrichment of the students.
Wesleyan offers students a number of opportunities to pursue studies in Hebrew language and literature, Israeli culture, Judaica, and Jewish civilization. Most Judaica and Jewish Studies are taught or cross-listed in the Religion Department. Hebrew classes fall within the Jewish and Israel Studies program within the Religion major.
Sample Courses: Hebrew Courses include Elementary Hebrew (HEBR 101 and HEBR 102), which instructs students with little or no background in Hebrew in basic language skills; Intermediate Hebrew (HEBR 201 and HEBR 202), which continues the instruction in language skills, and also provides students with an opportunity to study Israeli social, cultural, and political issues; and seminars in modern Hebrew Literature (HEBR211).
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