Hebrew (HEB)

HEB 101   Hebrew I   4 Units

This course will study the morphology, vocabulary, and syntax of biblical Hebrew for reading simple passages of the Hebrew Bible.

HEB 102   Hebrew II   4 Units

A continuation of HEB 101. Prerequisite: HEB 101 or equivalent with a grade of C- of better.

HEB 225   Readings from the Pericopes   1 Unit

Following the liturgical readings of the church year, this course is designed primarily for those students who wish to maintain the ability to work with the text in its original language. Pre-requisite: HEB 101 and HEB 102 or equivalent with a grade of C- or better.

HEB 301A   Hebrew Readings   3 Units

Through the reading of selective narrative, legal, and poetic passages of the Hebrew Bible, students will advance their translation skills through review and inductive study of morphology, vocabulary, and syntax with attention paid to genre analysis and textual criticism. Prerequisites: HEB 101 and HEB 102 or equivalent with a grade of C- or better.

HEB 301B   Hebrew Readings   3 Units

Through the reading of selective narrative, legal, and poetic passages of the Hebrew Bible, students will advance their translation skills through review and inductive study of morphology, vocabulary, and syntax with attention paid to genre analysis and textual criticism. Prerequisites: HEB 101 and HEB 102 or equivalent with a grade of C- or better.

HEB 301C   Hebrew Readings   3 Units

Through the reading of selective narrative, legal, and poetic passages of the Hebrew Bible, students will advance their translation skills through review and inductive study of morphology, vocabulary, and syntax with attention paid to genre analysis and textual criticism. Prerequisites: HEB 101 and HEB 102 or equivalent with a grade of C- or better.

HEB 301D   Hebrew Readings   3 Units

Through the reading of selective narrative, legal, and poetic passages of the Hebrew Bible, students will advance their translation skills through review and inductive study of morphology, vocabulary, and syntax with attention paid to genre analysis and textual criticism. Prerequisites: HEB 101 and HEB 102 or equivalent with a grade of C- or better.