credits in Hebrew language, typically chosen from:
• HEBR 210 Introductory Course in Hebrew
• HEBR 242 Intermediate Hebrew II
• RELI 401 Studies in Hebrew Texts
Note: Students who demonstrate proficiency in Hebrew may substitute religion courses at the 300 or 400 level approved by the undergraduate advisor.
credits of electives chosen from courses in Judaism at the 200, 300, or 400 level.
It is recommended that students take at least one 400-level course. Up to 12 credits may be substituted with courses in a related tradition and 12 credits with courses in a related language such as Hebrew, Aramaic, or Yiddish, for a maximum of 15 credits combined.