Twin Cities campus
 
Hebrew Minor
Checkpoint charts display information about when you need to complete a specific requirement (either a single course or a choice among courses) in order to stay on track for four-year graduation. The charts represent the proper sequencing of course-taking to help you graduate in a timely way. They also show you which semesters a course is actually offered so that you can plan accordingly.

Please note: In some majors, not all major requirements are represented in the checkpoint chart. Consult your APAS report and your adviser to be sure that you complete all degree requirements.


 
Checkpoint Chart
Available icon  Potential term for fulfilling the requirement
Recommended icon  Recommended term for fulfilling the requirement
Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4
 
Checkpoint requirements
 
Requirement definitions
Year 1 - Fall Year 1 - Spring Year 2 - Fall Year 2 - Spring Year 3 - Fall Year 3 - Spring Year 4 - Fall Year 4 - Spring
• Admission requirement checkpoints (complete all)                
Beginning Hebrew or Beginning Biblical Hebrew > Beginning Hebrew or Beginning Biblical Hebrew [Take 0 - 2 course(s) totaling 0 - 10 credit(s): (HEBR 1001 and HEBR 1002 ) , (HEBR 1101 and HEBR 1102 ) ] first term recommended last term last term last term        
Related Non-language Introductory Course > Related Non-language Introductory Course [Take exactly 1 course(s) totaling 3 or more credit(s): (CNRC 1201 or JWST 1201 or RELS 1201 ) , (JWST 1034 or RELS 1034 or HIST 1534 ) ] first term last term last term last term        
• Program requirement checkpoints (complete all)                
Upper-Division Hebrew Courses > Upper-Division Hebrew Courses [Take totaling 11 or more credit(s): HEBR 3011, HEBR 3012, HEBR 3090, HEBR 3101, HEBR 3102, HEBR 3993, HEBR 5090, HEBR 5200, HEBR 5300 ] first term last term last term last term last term last term last term last term