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Degree Requirements

Degree Requirements

Students may decide to take the program as full-time students, over the course of three semesters (including summer courses, October-August), or as part-time students, over the course of six semesters (including summer courses, October-August). The part-time schedule is recommended for students, usually Israeli students, with other full-time obligations.


There are two alternative tracks of study:

Track A consists of 32 credits (with a thesis), including core courses and electives. Track A students are also required to take a study a language, and to submit final and seminar papers in courses of their choice.*

A thesis, which is normally completed in the year following the completion of coursework, is recommended for those students planning to continue on to doctoral studies.

Track B consists of 38 credits (without a thesis), including mandatory core courses and electives. Track B students are required to submit final and seminar papers in courses of their choice. Track B students also complete a final examination with an appropriate member of our faculty.*

Evaluation for Track A:

The final grade will be assessed as follows:
20% seminar papers
30% course grades
50% thesis

Evaluation for Track B:
The final grade will be assessed as follows:
30% seminar papers
30% course grades
40% final examination

*Ineligible courses for seminar papers will be specified upon their start. For more information on seminar papers please read below.

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Strochliz Institute for Holocaust Research
University of Haifa
1 Abba Hushi Blvd.
Mt. Carmel, Haifa 3478601,
Israel.
Tel: +972+48240613
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Sunday through Thursday
email: ygranot@univ.haifa.ac.il