The rebirth of Israel and the revival of Hebrew are among the most dramatic revolutions in modern history. The following courses, offered in English, allow students to gain a sophisticated and nuanced perspective on these dramatic transformations

Spoken and written Hebrew for conversation, reading, and research. Basic grammatical analysis of modern Hebrew.

Offered: Fall of every year
Credits: 4

Further work on spoken and written Hebrew for conversation, reading, and research. Further basic grammatical analysis of modern Hebrew.

Offered: Spring of every year
Credits: 4

Intermediate-level spoken and written Hebrew for conversation, reading, and research. Advanced grammatical analysis of modern Hebrew.

Offered: Fall of every year
Credits: 4

Further intermediate-level spoken and written Hebrew for conversation, reading, and research. Further advanced grammatical analysis of modern Hebrew.

Offered: Spring of every year
Credits: 4

Special projects arranged by an individual student and a faculty member in areas supplementing regular course offerings.

Offered: Fall of every year, Spring of every year, Summer of every year
Credits: Variable 1 – 4

Special projects arranged by an individual student and a faculty member in areas supplementing regular course offerings.

Offered: Fall of every year, Spring of every year, Summer of every year
Credits: Variable 1 – 4

Topics in Jewish Studies, varied.

Offered: On Demand
Credits: 4

Advanced individual reading and research related to Jewish Studies under faculty direction.
 

Offered: Fall of every year, Spring of every year, Summer of every year
Credits: Variable 1 – 4

Selective course offerings on sponsored Jewish Studies Programs in Israel, including the MSU Jewish Studies Summer Program at the Hebrew University and the Nature, Culture, and Environmental Issues in a Green Israel programs.
 

Offered: Fall of every year, Spring of every year, Summer of every year
Credits: Variable 2 – 4

Advanced honors individual reading and research related to Jewish Studies under faculty direction. Thesis.
 

Offered: Fall of every year, Spring of every year
Credits: Variable 2 – 4

Seminar on Jewish Studies topics which serves as a capstone experience for Jewish Studies minors and engages them in research projects.
 

Offered: Fall of every year
Credits: Variable 3 – 4