Department of Middle Eastern Studies
Department of Middle Eastern Studies

Hebrew Studies

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The Hebrew Studies Program at the University of Texas offers the most comprehensive program in Hebrew and Jewish studies available in the Southwest, and its faculty is dedicated to teaching and research. Because of the growth of ethnic consciousness and the rise of modern Israel, there has been increased interest in Hebrew and Jewish studies which has encouraged the growth of the program and holds forth the promise of professional development in one of the most steadily growing fields of study.

Hebrew language instruction at the undergraduate and graduate levels is fully supported by locally developed, state-of-the-art computer assisted language instructional materials.

Hebrew Sequence

First Year Second Year
HEB 601C HEB 320L
HEB 611C  HEB 346

Students with any knowledge of Hebrew (written and/or spoken) must take the placement exam to correctly identify which level of the language they may enroll in. Details on the placement exam can be found here.

Students who want to receive credit for HEB 601C and HEB 611C may take the Credit-by-Exam test. Details on the CBE can be found here.

Why Study Hebrew at UT-Austin?

Program Contacts

Kelly Houck
Undergraduate Coordinator

Hebrew Instructional Website

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