The program in Hebrew & Israeli Culture (HI-C) at MSU provides students the opportunity to develop core language skills and to gain an appreciation for the dynamic culture of modern Israel. Courses in the Program prepare students for positions in government, NGOs, education, as well as graduate work in related fields. Up to twelve credits of Hebrew courses at any level may be applied to the Minor in Jewish Studies.
Information about scholarships for Hebrew students at MSU can be found on our scholarships page
For further information about this, please contact Professor Yore Kedem, who teaches the Hebrew first and second year sequence, or Professor Marc S. Bernstein, the coordinator. Students with previous background in Hebrew should take the Hebrew Placement Test.