The Modern Hebrew Program

Meet the Modern Hebrew Faculty

The University of Arizona Modern Hebrew Faculty

Anat Maimon, Coordinator of the
Modern Hebrew Program
Uri Maimon, Adjunct Instructor
Abigail Limmer, Adjunct Instructor

Questions? Contact Hebrew@UA!

ELEMENTARY MODERN HEBREW 
" "  Full Course Descriptions

JUS 103A is the first semester of a full year of Elementary Modern Hebrew and is only offered in the fall semesters. You will learn all facets of Hebrew language – comprehension, speech, reading, and writing.

Should you require assistance with the registration process, please contact the Judaic Studies office at (520) 626-5758.

JUS 103B is the second semester of a full year of Elementary Modern Hebrew and is only offered in the spring  semesters.

In order to register for JUS103b you must have either received a "C" or higher in JUS 103a or have permission from the
instructor.

INTERMEDIATE MODERN HEBREW  " "Full Course Descriptions

JUS 203A is the first course of a full year of Intermediate Modern Hebrew. It is a five credit course and is only offered only in fall semesters. The course emphasizes all facets of the language – listening, speaking, reading, and writing, and, builds upon the completion of Elementary Modern Hebrew courses (JUS103A, JUS103B).

In order to register for JUS203A, students must receive a grade of ‘C’ or higher in JUS 103B, or obtain permission from the instructor.

JUS 203B is the second course of a full year of Intermediate Modern Hebrew.  It is a five credit course and is offered only in Spring semesters.

ADVANCED MODERN HEBREW " "Full Course Descriptions

JUS 303A is the first semester of a full year of advanced Modern Hebrew. It is a three credit course. The course is designed to refine and enhance the language skills that the students acquired in the elementary and intermediate course.

JUS 303B is the second semester of a full year of advanced Modern Hebrew.  Successful completion of JUS303A (a grade of ‘C’ or above), is prerequisite for enrollment in this course.

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