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Program Overview

Program Overview

Capture a deeper understanding and appreciation for the Old Testament teachings by learning its original language: Hebrew. Even more, utilise this knowledge to better prepare yourself and others to make a difference. Our experienced professors grasp the intangible value of the Hebrew language, and they are committed to walking alongside of you while you learn. You’ve got a passion to spread the Word, but now you will do it with more accuracy and intent. 



Specific courses required:

  • HB 1515 - Introduction to Hebrew I
  • HB 1525 - Introduction to Hebrew II
  • HB 3013 - The Hebrew Old Testament I
  • HB 3023 - The Hebrew Old Testament II
  • HB 3033 - The Hebrew Old Testament III

Study Abroad

See the world — whether it’s Italy, Austria, Costa Rica, England or another country. Career opportunities will open for you as you sharpen your foreign language skills. Gain the international experience and cross-cultural communication skills you’ll need in our global economy.

Honors College

Complete your core educational work in an exceptional way. We’ll help you dive deeper into your studies and compete at the highest levels. Our honors courses allow independent exploration and discovery rather than simply lecture presentation. You’ll graduate as an Honors College Scholar or Honors College Fellow.

Expert faculty, small class sizes

Learn from award-winning, experienced faculty who actually care about you. Our small class sizes allow us to get to know you personally. We lead an approachable community within our respective programs. Our faculty connections are the experts on their subject matter, too.

Service learning

We provide you the opportunity to enhance your academic understanding by applying what you’ve learned in class to service projects that benefit our community. Before graduation, you’ll participate in at least two SALT (Serving and Learning Together) projects.

Our Faculty

Career Paths

Postsecondary Teachers

Postsecondary teachers instruct students in a wide variety of academic and technical subjects beyond the high school level. They may also conduct research and publish scholarly papers and books.


Conduct religious worship and perform other spiritual functions associated with beliefs and practices of religious faith or denomination. Provide spiritual and moral guidance and assistance to members.


Historians research, analyze, interpret, and write about the past by studying historical documents and sources.