Jerusalem, the capital of Israel, is well known for its abundant historical and holy sites and fascinating tourist attractions. A city sacred to Christianity, Islam, and Judaism, Jerusalem is a melding of past and present, of ancient roots and modern innovations. In addition, this thriving metropolis is rich in art galleries and museums, theaters and concert halls, restaurants and cafes, pubs and dance clubs.
The Department of Summer Courses and Special Programs offers a comprehensive spread of short-term, intensive and specialized summer courses designed for undergraduate and graduate students. Varied study field trips complement these courses, bringing the subject matter to life while broadening the students' perspective and enriching their academic experience.
In a typical summer, the academic program offerings may include courses in the following areas: Israel Studies, Peace and Conflict Studies, International Law, Jerusalem Studies, Jewish and Religious Studies Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, Economics and Trauma & Resilience. Alternatively, students can enroll in intensive Hebrew, Biblical Hebrew, and Arabic language programs ranging in length from 4 - 8 weeks.
For an overview of which courses can be combined, please take a look at the Summer Courses 2015 Time Table.
|Education Abroad Advisor||Alyse Collins|
|Get Started||Attend an Ed Abroad 101 Session|
|Program Provider||PSU Direct Enroll with Rothberg International School|
|Program Dates||Current Program Calendar|
|Areas of Study||
|Credits||Area Studies Track: Students enroll in 4 - 10 quarter credits.
Intensive Language Track: Students enroll in 6 - 15 quarter credits.
|Language of Instruction||Arabic, English, Hebrew|
|Host Country Language||Hebrew, Arabic|
|Class Standing Eligibility||
|Language Requirements||No previous language study required|
|Course Offerings||Current Outline of Available Programs of Study
Current Outline of Available Language Programs
|PSU Fees||Program Fee|
Program Fee Includes:
Additional scholarships are available.