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English-Language MA Programs

MA for International Students

English-Language course list 2021/2 (download):

Course Number

Course Name

Number of Credits

Type of Course

Given By

Scheduling

08-2572-01

08-2672-01

The Book of Amos

1 credit

seminar + lecture

Dr. S. Golani

Tuesday 10am-12pm  (Sem. B)

08-2526-01

08-2426-01

Studies in the Book of Ezra

1 credit

seminar + lecture

Prof. J. Berman

Tuesday 2pm-4pm (Sem. A)

08-2528-01

08-2428-01

Studies in the Book of Nehemiah

1 credit

seminar + lecture

Prof. J. Berman

Tuesday 2pm-4pm (Sem. B)

08-2980-01

08-298-01

Ruth and Esther

1 credit

seminar + lecture

Prof. Y Gottlieb

Tuesday 4pm-6pm (Sem. A)

08-281-01

08-2810-01

Early Jewish Interpretation to the Book of Genesis

1 credit

seminar + lecture

Prof. E. Eshel

Tuesday 4pm-6pm (Sem. B)

08-2412-01

The Literature of the Bible

1 credit

lecture

Dr. R. Eichler

Thursday 12pm-2pm (Sem. A)

08-2413-01

Bibliographical Tools

1 credit

lecture

Dr. R. Eichler

Thursday 12pm-2pm (Sem. B)

08-2690-01

08-269-01

Moral Issues in Jewish Biblical Interpretation

1 credit

seminar + lecture

Prof. E. Lawi

Thursday 4pm-6pm (Sem. A)

08-2640-01

08-264-01

The Book of Jubilees and Biblical Interpretation

1 credit

seminar + lecture

Prof. Y. Kaduri

Thursday 4pm-6pm (Sem. B)

08-2403-01

War and peace in the Hebrew Bible

1 credit

lecture

Dr. S. Golani

online (Sem. A)

08-2409-01

The Book of Joshua

1 credit

lecture

Dr. Z. Shimon

online (Sem. B)

Admission Requirements:

1.        GPA of 76 or above in bachelor degree studies.

2.       Students whose B.A. is in another discipline or who have come from outside the university are often required to enroll in supplementary B.A. level courses in Tanakh, prior to commencing study on the master's level.

Tracks of Study:

1.       Track A (with thesis) – 12 credits of study

2.       Track B (without thesis) – 18 credits

3.       Teacher's Track (without thesis) – 18 credits

One Year M.A. Program:

The department offers an intensified one-year master's program (without a thesis).  The program requires students to take nine courses in one of two tracks:

1.       Studies during the regular year of one full day a week + intensified summer courses of 2-4 weeks.

2.       Study during the year spread over two days – Tuesdays and Thursdays.

The program is flexible and can be tailor-made to fit individual needs.   Students that need to fulfill requirements of supplemental study will be assigned a personalized schedule of study.  The program is specifically geared to teachers who are on sabbatical, but is open to all qualified and interested.

 

 

Last Updated Date : 02/09/2021