A minor in Hebrew will prepare you to read the Hebrew Bible for pleasure, personal use and for future advanced work in biblical Hebrew and biblical studies. The program will build a proper foundation for attaining fluent reading in the language, bypassing the need for translation.

Highlights

  • Learn how to read, write and synthesize biblical Hebrew text
  • Understand the Masoretic Accent system of the Hebrew Bible
  • Familiarize yourself with the verb system, morphology, syntax and poetic characteristics of biblical Hebrew

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Course listing

Required Languge Courses (22 Units)

CodeTitleUnits
BIB 115Beginning Biblical Hebrew I3
BIB 116Beginning Biblical Hebrew II3
BIB 215Intermediate Biblical Hebrew3
BIB 356Biblical Hebrew: Discourse Analysis & Exegesis3

Required Historical Background Course (3 Units)

CodeTitleUnits
Hist 367The Ancient Near East3

Required Literature or Topics Courses (6 Units)

Choose two of the following:

CodeTitleUnits
BLIT-310-312; 315-321; 345Any OT selection; may cross list with the GE requirements3
BLIT-310-312; 315-321;345Any OT selection; must be taken after BIB-2563
BLIT-360HIntroduction to the Dead Sea Scrolls3
ICS-300Orientation to Short Term Study Abroad1

Program director

Brian Schultz, Ph.D.
Brian Schultz, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Biblical & Theological Studies