Hebrew, the language of the Bible, has a rich history dating back to the tenth century BCE. Although its usage has varied over the centuries, Modern Hebrew is now an official language of the state of Israel.

The Hebrew program provides individual attention and guidance by experienced professors. Students engage with Hebrew language and Israeli culture through videos, role-playing, music and interactive games. The following Hebrew classes fulfill the University of San Francisco’s foreign-language requirement:

HEBR 101 - First Semester Hebrew (4)

This course includes Hebrew conversation, composition and grammar. Stress is on the spoken language with an introduction to Biblical Hebrew. The course includes a mandatory one-hour weekly group conversation class with a tutor for nine weeks of the semester outside of the class meeting time. Offered every fall.

HEBR 102 - Second Semester Hebrew (4)

This course is a continuation of HEBR 101 - First Semester Hebrew. The course includes a mandatory one-hour weekly group conversation class with a tutor for nine weeks of the semester outside of the class meeting time. Offered every spring.

HEBR 103 - Third Semester Hebrew (4)

This course is a continuation of HEBR 102 – Second Semester Hebrew. The course includes a mandatory one-hour weekly group conversation class with a tutor for nine weeks of the semester outside of the class meeting time. Offered every fall. For questions related to Hebrew courses, please contact Professor Esti Skloot, skloot@usfca.edu.


Upcoming Events

Splendide Californie!

4/24/2014, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Fromm Hall 110 - Maier Room

Tom Perkins Lecture

4/28/2014, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Fromm Hall 120 - Xavier Auditorium

Free Workshop - International Acquisition Simulation

4/29/2014, 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM

On-Campus Event - Kalmanovitz Hall, Room 163

Inaugural Women's Leadership Symposium

5/2/2014, 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Off-Campus Event - The Palace Hotel

Free Workshop - International Acquisition Simulation

5/8/2014, 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM

On-Campus Event - Kalmanovitz Hall, Room 163