ACADEMICS

  • Arabic Courses

    AB 101 Beginning Arabic I
    LASC—Thought, Language, and Culture
    Introduction to the Arabic language and cultures of the Arabic-speaking world.
    3 credits.
     
    AB 102 Beginning Arabic II
    LASC—Thought, Language, and Culture
    A continuation of AB 101, designed for students to acquire additional vocabulary, grammar, and reading ability.
    3 credits.
     
    AB 191 Special Topics in Arabic
    An introductory level course on current or specialized topics related to Arabic and/or Arab world.
     
    AB 210 Intermediate Arabic I
    LASC—Thought, Language, and Culture
    Introduction in advanced rules of Arabic grammar and verb system, and in advanced writing and reading.
    3 credits.
     
    AB 211 Intermediate Arabic II
    LASC—Thought, Language, and Culture
    Reading and discussion in English of texts dealing with literature, arts, geography, history, and culture of Arabic-speaking
    world.
    3 credits.
     
    AB 408 Directed Study
    Directed study offers students, who because of unusual circumstances may be unable to register for a course
    when offered, the opportunity to complete an existing course with an established syllabus under the direction and
    with 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.