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HEB 101 Elementary Hebrew I (3) An introduction to Biblical Hebrew grammar focusing on elementary morphology and syntax.

HEB 102 Elementary Hebrew II (3) A continuation of HEB 101. Prerequisite: HEB 101.

HEB 201 Intermediate Biblical Hebrew I (3) A continuation and application of HEB 101 and 102 through exegesis and translations of Hebrew texts.  Prerequisite: HEB 102.

HEB 202 Intermediate Biblical Hebrew II (3) A continuation of HEB 201; Prerequisite: HEB 201.

 
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MA 101  An Introduction to College Algebra (3 Semester Hours)
Course Description: This course is intended for students who have mastered the fundamentals of Arithmatic. The student will become familiar with the terminology and symbolic nature of first year algebra and will understand  how to represent linear, quadratic, rational, and radical functions using algebraic rules, tables of data, and graphs.
 
 
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