Major Requirements
Select 24 hours (including capstone) from the following classical language courses: 1
HEBR 101, HEBR 102, HEBR 201 Elementary HEBR I-II, Intermediate HEBR 212
Select 8 upper-division HEBR hrs from HEBR 487 (2), HEBR 489 (4), or HEBR 495 (1-4). 28
HEBR 489 is normally offered in the spring and is repeatable. (8 hrs) 2
CLAL 494Senior Capstone4
Complete 16 credits of required courses in the companion discipline (see list) 316

Approved BITH classes (16 hours required)

Required bridge course:
BITH 325Biblical Interpretation and Hermeneutics4
Complete 4 hours from the following courses:
(Graduate level courses will require instructor permission.)
BITH 443Hebrew Exegesis2
or BITH 636 Hebrew Exegesis
BITH 444Hebrew Exegesis4
or BITH 635 Hebrew Exegesis
BITH 508Intro to Hebrew Exegesis *4
Complete 8 hrs from the following courses:8
(Graduate level courses will require instructor permission.)
BITH 332Ruth & Esther4
BITH 333Historical Geography and Context in the Holy Lands4
BITH 334Historical Geography2
BITH 335Old Testament Topics4
BITH 338Genesis 1-112
BITH 341Exodus2
BITH 342Majority World Theology4
BITH 343The Old Testament in its Cultural Environment2
BITH 344The Psalms: Songs of Israel and the Church2
BITH 345Life of David2
BITH 349Old Testament Topics2
BITH 369Religions of Israel and the Near East4
BITH 431Old Testament Criticism2
BITH 433Jeremiah2,4
BITH 434Minor Prophets2
BITH 438Wisdom Literature2
BITH 443Hebrew Exegesis2
or BITH 636 Hebrew Exegesis
BITH 444Hebrew Exegesis4
or BITH 635 Hebrew Exegesis
BITH 448Old Testament Topics4
BITH 449Old Testament Topics2
BITH 508Intro to Hebrew Exegesis4
BITH 539Ancient Near East Backgrounds of the Old Testament2
BITH 552Jewish Backgrounds of the New Testament2