| ACADEMICS | Schools & Departments | World Languages | Arabic Courses
AB 101 Beginning Arabic ILASC—Thought, Language, and CultureIntroduction to the Arabic language and cultures of the Arabic-speaking world.3 credits. AB 102 Beginning Arabic IILASC—Thought, Language, and CultureA continuation of AB 101, designed for students to acquire additional vocabulary, grammar, and reading ability.3 credits. AB 191 Special Topics in ArabicAn introductory level course on current or specialized topics related to Arabic and/or Arab world. AB 210 Intermediate Arabic ILASC—Thought, Language, and CultureIntroduction in advanced rules of Arabic grammar and verb system, and in advanced writing and reading.3 credits. AB 211 Intermediate Arabic IILASC—Thought, Language, and CultureReading and discussion in English of texts dealing with literature, arts, geography, history, and culture of Arabic-speakingworld.3 credits. AB 408 Directed StudyDirected study offers students, who because of unusual circumstances may be unable to register for a coursewhen offered, the opportunity to complete an existing course with an established syllabus under the direction andwith agreement from a faculty member.Note: Courses in other foreign languages such as German, Italian, Chinese and French are offered
when demand warrants and staffing permits.