Study Abroad Course Offerings and Schedules

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Fall Semester 2022 - Study Abroad Courses


All courses, syllabi, dates and times below are subject to cancellation or change.


The syllabi posted below are examples of syllabi from Fall 2021; Fall 2022 syllabi will be finalized during Summer 2022 and posted here then.

Classroom locations will be posted here closer to course start dates. For a schedule of Fall 2022 important dates, including courses start and end dates, please visit our Study Abroad Calendar.


All students are responsible for carefully reading the TAU Academic Handbook which contains detailed academic information regarding courses, registration, TAU academic policies, important academic deadlines, Moodle and much more.


TAU International Study Abroad students must enroll in a minimum of 4 courses listed below during each semester. If students have a home university requirement of more than this, students must adhere to their home university requirement. Please note that all courses below are worth 3 semester credits unless otherwise noted. TAU does not permit, under any circumstances, taking any in-class (including mid or final) exams at any othertime than the scheduled exam day.When selecting courses, it is crucialto read the syllabus and check if there is an in-class midterm or final exam as this date/exam cannot be changed. Early departures from the program are not approved, nor are early or exception in-class exams.


Please also note that many times classes in Israel are written “to the nearest hour”, meaning you may see a course that meets from 10:15-11:45 written as 10:00-12:00. In this case, the course starts at 10:15, and ends at 11:45. Below we have written the actual course times.


For any questions regarding academic policies, procedures, syllabi or any other academic matter please email our TAU International Academic Team


Name Professor Course Nr. Days Times Final Location
Jewish Studies  
History of Antisemitism Dr. K. Beller 2120.0539.02  Monday + Wednesday  10:15-11:45 Final Paper Dan David 110
The Essence of Judaism Dr. M. Gresser 2120.0109.02 Tuesday + Thursday    10:15-11:45 Final Paper Dan David 110
Israel Studies  
Israeli Politics Dr. E. Klauber 2120.0112.02 Tuesday + Thursday    12:15-13:45 Final Paper

Tuesday-Naftali 204 (code: 3159)

Thursday -Naftali room 204

Middle East Studies  
Islam: Politics and Terror Prof. M. Litvak 2120.0240.03  Monday + Wednesday  12:15-13:45 Final Take Home Exam Dan David 110
History of the Middle East in the Modern Period Dr. B. Friedman 2120.0120.03  Tuesday +Thursday  12:15-13:45 Final Paper Dan David 110
International Relations, Communications  
Global Ethics Dr. S. Sened 2120.0101.03 Monday + Wednesday  12:15-13:45 Final Paper Naftali 110 (code 3155)
Management and Economics  
The Israeli Economy Dr. P. Rivlin 2120.0117.02  Monday + Wednesday  14:15-15:45 Final Paper Dan David 110
Corporate Responsibility Dr. Dana Landau 2120.0118.02 Tuesday + Thursday 10:15-11:45 Final Paper

Tuesday-Law Building 203

Thursday-Law Building 206

Psychological Thinking in 21st Century Sexuality & Relationships: Global and Israeli Perspectives Dr. I. Aviram 2120.0537.03  Tuesday + Thursday  14:15-15:45 Final paper Dan David 110
Introduction to Modern Standard Arabic Dr. S. Pisson 2120.0980.03  Monday + Wednesday  10:15-11:45 Final Take Home Exam Dan David 106
Hebrew Various levels & teachers Varies     Final In-class Exam Sent separately to registered students





Fall BA Courses 2022 - Kindly note that Fall BA courses start on October 23, 2022 (a Sunday) and run until January 22, 2023. Study abroad semester ends on December 22, 2022. The final month of courses, study abroad students should go home and continue remotely. Leaving the program, does not mean that the course has been completed. 



Name Professor Course # Days Times Final Location
Understanding the Climate Crisis: An Interdisciplinary Introduction  Dr. Amichai Amit 1662.1119.01 Thursdays 18:00-20:00 Take Home Exam Gilman 306
World Masterpieces of the Western Tradition Prof. Uri Cohen 1662.1100.01 Tues/Thurs 10:00-12:00 Take Home Exam Gilman 002
What's New in New Media  Dr. Carmel Vaisman 1662.1500.01 Mon/Thurs 14:00-16:00 Final Paper Gilman 326
Theories in Communication and New Media  Dr. Sharon Avital 1662.1503.01 Mon/Wed 12:00-14:00 Final Paper Gilman 307
Principles of Persuasion and Argumentation  Dr. Sharon Avital 1662.1514.01 Wed 14:00-16:00 Final Paper Gilman 281

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