Hélène Dallaire, PhD
Earl S. Kalland Professor of Old Testament and Semitic Languages; Chair of Old Testament Department
Biblical Hebrew and Semitic Languages
The Graduate Certificate in Biblical Hebrew and Semitic Languages is for students who have strong language skills and wish to get a good foundation in the literature and cultures of the biblical world (especially the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible). Students who complete this Graduate Certificate will have a solid grasp of the context in which the Israelites lived and will appreciate Israel’s neighbors and their literature. Graduates will have established a good foundation for doctoral work in Old Testament/Hebrew Bible and Comparative Semitics. All course in this Graduate Certificate are transferable into the MA Old Testament.
You can view the courses this certificate requires in the Academic Catalog.
Where is the Certificate in Christian Formation offered?
Denver campus / Fully online at the Global campus
How many credit hours is the Certificate in Cultural Engagement?
15 credit hours
How long does it take to complete this certificate?
1 year (full-time study)