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The Bulletin is the listing of course offerings by department and details institutional policies, academic requirements, and general information regarding the undergraduate and graduate schools at Brandeis University.
NEJS 5a Exemption Exam
You may become exempt from taking NEJS 5a, a required course for the NEJS major, by passing a three-hour exemption exam. Students who pass the exam may take another course instead. To register for the exam, email or call Joanne Arnish at (781) 736-2950.
Students with learning disabilities that are documented as presenting difficulties in learning Hebrew may major in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies by:
- Completing a Hebrew 40 course. This course and all other Hebrew language courses may be taken on a credit/noncredit basis, and must be passed.
- Completing a course taught in English on classical Hebrew texts.
- Completing a course taught in English on modern Hebrew literary texts.
Courses in Nos. 2 and 3 may not count toward any other departmental requirement._________________________________________________
Learn more about requesting credit for courses taken at other universities.
Transfer credit forms from University Registrar.