All courses in Hebrew are jointly offered through the Louchheim School of Judaic Studies at Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion.
HEBR 120: Hebrew I
HEBR 150: Hebrew II
HEBR 220: Hebrew IV
HEBR 315: Biblical Hebrew Literature (Hebrew IV)
Most, if not all, of the societal problems or challenges we face are transnational or global in nature. These problems like global climate change, pandemics or the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction are global challenges that do not belong to a single country. These are "problems without passports."
Hebrew placement exams have both a written and an oral component.
Tavola Italiana provides a relaxed, informal atmosphere in which to practice Italian with other students, faculty and interested people.
All levels of learners are welcome on Wednesdays at 12 PM in THH 170.