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Major / Minor in Modern Hebrew

​The Plan B major

 Students choosing a Plan B major in language and culture studies may elect Modern Hebrew as their secondary language.  Student who do so are required to take five courses in Modern Hebrew beyond the 101 leve, including at least one course from the liteerature and cultrue offerings (such as modern Israeli cultrue and modern Israeli literature and heritage).

The minor in Modern Hebrew

For students who wish to minor in Modern Hebrew, a sequence of five Hebrew courses is required: Hebrew 101, 102, 201, 202 and 301, designed to develop linguistic skills.  To give a deeper and broader appreciation of Israeli culture and civilization, students are required to take a Language Across the Curriculum unit as well as either JWST 220 “Modern Israeli Literature and Heritage” or JWST 219“Israeli Film and Visual Media”.  No more than one transfer credit may be applied to the minor.

To declare a minor in Hebrew, contact Professor Michal Ayalon.

Students interested in cross-disciplinary approaches to the study of Jewish culture are referred to the Jewish Studies Interdisciplinary Minor and Major.

The complete offerings of Hebrew at trinity College include Hebrew 101, 102, 201, 202, 301, 302, and Independent Studies. 

For more information please call Professor Michal Ayalon at extension 2582 or e-mail her at