Hebrew—HBRW (Please note that not every course is offered every semester.)
1550. Elementary Hebrew. Beginning training in understanding, speaking, reading, and writing Hebrew. Geography and daily life, as well as appreciation of the culture of its speakers, are studied. Assignments in the Language Learning and Resource Center (LLRC). Grading is ABC/NC. 4 s.h.
2600. Intermediate. Intensive training in understanding, speaking, reading, and writing Hebrew; knowledge of geography and daily life as well as appreciation of the culture of Hebrew speakers. Assignments in the LLRC. Prereq.: Placement test or HBRW 1550. 4 s.h.
2605. Advanced Intermediate. Reading and discussion in Hebrew of selections from the Old Testament. Prereq.: Placement test or HBRW 2600. 3 s.h.
3706. Readings in Hebrew Scripture. Reading and discussion in Hebrew of selections from the Hebrew Scriptures. May be repeated once if the texts studied are different. Prereq.: HBRW 2605. 3 s.h.
3799. Study Abroad in Hebrew. An individually arranged program of foreign study in the Hebrew language. Programs can be of two general types: (1) trips or residential programs sponsored by consortial universities, and (2) independent academic coursework through institutions with which YSU does not have a consortial agreement. A written statement detailing the student’s academic plan must be approved by a member of the Hebrew faculty, the chair of Foreign Languages and the dean of CLASS prior to the trip. May be repeated up to a total of 15 s.h., if specific course content changes. Note: study abroad generally requires about one year’s advance planning. Prereq.: Sophomore status and approval of the chair of Foreign Languages. 1-15 s.h.