Undergraduate Studies at Bar-Ilan
Bar-Ilan University offers undergraduate students a choice of more than 7,112 courses in 300 Bachelor degree programs across 46 departments. Undergraduate course study can be pursued in the following areas.
Exact Sciences: Mathematics, Computer Science, Chemistry, Physics, Engineering
Mina & Everard Goodman Department of Life Sciences: Developmental Biology and Physiology, Environmental and Plant Biology, Cellular and Molecular Biology, Optometry, Biotechnology
Humanities: Philosophy, Comparative Literature, Information Studies, Arabic, English, English as a Foreign Language, French Culture, Classical Studies, Music, Translation and Interpreting Studies
Jewish Studies: Zalman Shamir Department of Bible Studies, Naftal-Yaffe Department of Talmud, Israel & Golda Koschitsky Jewish History Department, Hebrew and Semitic Languages, Berman Department of Literature of the Jewish People, Martin (Szusz) Department of Land of Israel Studies and Archaeology, Interdisciplinary Jewish Studies, General History, Language Studies, Shulman Center for Basic Jewish Studies, History of the Middle East, Contemporary Judaism Program
Law: Tax Law, Family Law, Law and History, Civil Law, International Law, Law and Society, Law and Economics, Constitutional Law, Jewish Law, Criminal Law
Social Sciences: Psychology, Pinchas Churgin School of Education; Louis and Gabi Weisfeld School of Social Work, Political Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies in Social Sciences, Sociology and Anthropology, Criminology, Local Government, Economics (in the S. Daniel Abraham Center of Economics & Business), Geography and Environmental Studies, Communications and Journalism Studies