Study Abroad Course Offerings and Schedules

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Spring Semester 2022 - Study Abroad Courses

 

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

 

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

All students are responsible for carefully reading the Spring 2022 TAU International Academic Handbook prior to registering for courses. All the details are located in our Study abroad academic policies page. In this handbook, students will find detailed and essential academic information which they are responsible for understanding regarding courses, TAU academic policies, course registration, important academic deadlines and dates, and more.

TAU International Study Abroad students must enroll in a minimum of 4 courses listed below during each semester (if your home school requires you to enroll in more than 4, you are required to adhere to your home school requirements). Please note that all courses below are worth 3 semester credits unless otherwise noted (as is the case with Hebrew courses and Service Learning courses).

TAU does not permit, under any circumstances, taking any in-class (including mid or final) exams or final presentations early. When selecting courses, it is thus very important to note below if there is an in-class final (or presentation) as the date and type of exam cannot be changed. Early departures from the program are not approved, nor are early or exception exams or presentations.

All BA courses listed below run on the regular TAU calendar. However, study abroad students who take any of the courses below will be allowed to depart at the same time as any study abroad student and will be able to continue their courses remotely.

Note that the course of the Business & Entrepreneurship program are only available to Business & Entrepreneurship program students.

 

SPRING 2022

Section

Name of Course

Lecturer

Course number

Day & Classroom

Hours

Final

Jewish Studies

Contemporary Antisemitism

Dr. K Beller

2120.0540.03

Mon/Wed

Dan David 110

10:15-11:45

Final Paper

 

Contemporary Jewish Issues

Dr. M. Gresser

2120.0132.02

Tues/Thur

Dan David 110

10:15-11:45

Final Paper

Art Studies            
  Writing the Experience of Tel Aviv Dara Barnat 2120.0128.03

Mon

Dan David 110

16-20:00 Final Paper

Israel Studies

Israeli Politics

Dr. E Klauber

2120.0112.03

Tues: Naftali 001

Thurs: Naftali 101

12:15-13:45

Final take home exam

  The Ultraorthodox In Israeli Society: Differentiation vs. Integration

Dr. Sima Zalcberg Block

Ms. Esti Salomon

2120-1112-03

Mondays

Dan David 106

14:00-18:00 Final take home paper

Middle East Studies

History of the Middle East in the Modern Period

Dr. B Friedman

2120.0120.01

Tues: Law Building 203

Thurs: Law Building 102

14:15-15:45

Final Paper

 

Islamic Politics and Terror in the Middle East

Prof. Meir Litvak

2120.0240.03

Mon/Wed

Dan David 110

12:15-13:45

Final take home exam

Psychology

Psychological Challenges of Families

Dr. Ilan Tabak Aviram

2120-0531-03

Tues/Thur

Dan David 110

14:15-15:45

Final Paper

Environmental and Life Sciences

Israel and the Environment

Dr. S. Fleischer

2120.0139.03

Tues

Naftali Bld 203

16:30-20:00

Final Paper

Business, Management & Economics

Business Ethics

Dr. S. Smila-Sened

2120.0100.03

Mon: Law Building 102

Wed: Law Building 203

10:15-11:45

Final take home exam

 

The Israeli Economy

Dr. P. Rivlin

2120.0117.03

Mon/Wed

Dan David 110

14:15-15:45

Final Paper

International Relations/Communication

Global Ethics

Dr. S. Smila-Sened

2120.0101.02

Mon: Law Building 102

Wed: Law Building 203

12:15-13:45

Final Paper

 

Media, War and Peace

Dr. Sandrine Bouadana

2120.1009.03

Tues/Thur

Law Building 203

10:15-11:45

Final Paper

Arabic

Modern Standard Arabic (MSA)-Beginner's level

Dr. Sarit Pisson

2120.0990.03

Wednesdays

Dan David 106

10-14:00

Final take home exam

Hebrew

Hebrew Levels

Varies

Varies

Mon-Thurs

(Varies with each level)

8:30-10:00

Final In Class exam

 

Business & Entrepreneurship Required program courses

The following courses are open only to students who are officially enrolled in the Spring Business and Entrepreneurship Program. In addition, it should be noted that students in this program must take all three of these required courses plus one elective from the list above.

 

SPRING Business & Entrepreneurship Program COURSES 2022
Name of Program Name of Course Professor Course number Day Classroom Time Final 
Business & Entrepreneurship Program International Finance Prof. Larry Krohn 2120.0535.03 Mon/Wed

Mon: Naftali Room 003

Wed: Dan David 110

16:15-17:45 Take Home exam
  Project Management Mr. Shlomo Ehrlich 1662.5905.01 Mon Gilman 279 18:00-20:00 24 hr Take home exam
  Conscious Entrepreneurship Mr. Erez Yerushalmi 1662.5914.01 Tues Gilman 278 18:00-20:00 Paper

 

 

Courses in the BA in Liberal Arts Program

Study abroad students may take courses in the Liberal Arts program. Note that all the BA courses listed below run on the regular TAU calendar. However, study abroad students who take any of the courses below will be allowed to depart at the same time as any study abroad student and will be able to continue their courses remotely. This means you will complete your study abroad courses and continue remotely for at least another 3 weeks.

For a full list of syllabi, you may review their curriculum 2021.2022

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 will write the course times as they actually are.

SPRING BA COURSES
Course Name Professor Course number Days Times Classroom Assessment Type First Exam Date  Time
From Pythagoras to Google Dr. Ori Rotlevy 1662.1118.01 Mon/Wed 14:00-16:00 Gilman 282 Paper 07.07.22 09:00
Modernity and its discontents Dr. Yoav Fromer 1662.1111.01 Mon/Thurs 12:00-14:00 Gilman 282 Paper 17.07.22 09:00
A Political History of the Economy Prof. Michael Zakim 1662.1108.01 Tues 16:00-20:00 Gilman 279 Take-home exam Published 19.06.22 due 21.06.22 09:00
Introduction to Greek Philosophy Dr. Amichai Amit 1662.1400.01 Sun 14:00-16:00 Gilman 277 Paper 19.07.22 09:00
Jewish Political Philosophy Dr. Adrian Sackson 1662.1406.01 Mon 18:00-20:00 Gilman 277 Paper 08.07.22 09:00
Good and Evil Dr. Elisabeth Oppenheimer 1662.2424.01 Wed 12:00-14:00 Rosenberg 105 Take-home exam Published 03.07.22 due 05.07.22 09:00
Modern Turkey Hay Eitan Cohen Yanorocek 1662.2227.01 Thurs 10:00-12:00 Gilman 281 Paper 07.08.22 09:00
Start up law Dr. Adv. Ayal Shenhav 1662.5912.01 Sun 18:00-20:00 Rosenberg 2 Take Home exam Published 22.06.22 due 24.06.22 09:00
Thinking Critically about Technology Ms. Nitzan Waisberg 1662.1141.01 Tues 10:00-12:00 Gilman 279 Paper 12.08.22 09:00

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