Humanities - Undergraduate Programs
The Lester and Sally Entin Faculty of Humanities
This information is up to date 08.1.2019.
The Tel Aviv University undergraduate program is a three year program, offering three study tracks: double-major (dm), single-major (sm) and expanded track studies. Each department offers different options. Please check with each department to find out which study tracks are available.
To earn a double-major (dm) BA, students must successfully complete the course of study in two departments. Departments need not be from the same Faculty, but they must both offer a double-major track.
Some departments offer a single-major track from the second year of study. Students with outstanding scholastic achievements during their first year of double-major studies may enroll in this track. Please check with the individual departments regarding specific requirements for single-major studies.
The departments of Archaeology and Ancient Eastern Cultures, History of the Middle East and Africa, Classics—Greece and Rome, and Arabic and Islam Studies offer expanded track studies, combining two fields of study in the same department, from the first year of studies.
- A minimum score of 450 on the psychometric exam (doesn't include the Philosophy, Economics, Political Science - 0651 program).
- Candidates over 40 years of age with an Israeli matriculation certificate are exempt from the psychometric exam (doesn't include the Philosophy, Economics, Political Science - 0651 program).
- Matriculation certificate in compliance with University standards.
Some departments may have additional requirements.
Please note that The Department of Geography and the Human Environment is now based at the new School of Geosciences in the Faculty of Exact Sciences.
BA studies are offered in the following areas:
- Arabic and Islamic Studies
- Archaeology and Ancient Near Eastern Cultures
- Biblical Studies
- Classics–Greece and Rome
- East Asian Studies
- English and American Studies
- French Culture
- General History
- Hebrew Language & Semitic Linguistics
- Jewish History
- Jewish Philosophy & Talmud
- Judeo-Arabic Culture Studies
- Middle Eastern and African History
- Multidisciplinary Program in the Humanities
- Philosophy, Economics, Political Science
- Women and Gender Studies
- International Program in Liberal Arts