The Israeli Studies minor provides students with the knowledge and multidisciplinary skills to examine Israeli history, politics and culture. It serves students with a wide range of interests and backgrounds, and complements majors in Anthropology, Arabic, Art History, Comparative Literature, Geography, History, Judaic Studies, Political Science, and Sociology. Students who are pre-law or pre-health, but interested in the humanities and social sciences will find a home in Israel Studies.
- Israel Studies
Internships, Research Opportunities and More
Our unique program focuses on experiential learning. Israel Studies at Binghamton offers undergraduate students courses, lectures, programs, grants and fellowships to examine the history, literature and culture of modern Israel. Grants are available to support undergraduate research and creative work.
Some courses to consider in your first year:
- ISRL 120 - Intro to Israeli Literature
- ISRL 150 - Modern Israel
- HEBR 101 - Hebrew I
- ARAB 150 - Intro 2 Islam: Texts &Contexts
For more information, visit the Israel Studies website.