Arabic Language

Degrees and Certificates

Classes

ARB 1111 : Basic Arabic I

Functional use of Modern Standard Arabic for students with no prior knowledge of Arabic. Recitations, readings and oral drills.

Credits

6

ARB 1112 : Basic Arabic II

Functional use of Modern Standard Arabic for students with no prior knowledge of Arabic. Recitations, readings and oral drills, supplementary language laboratory work. Prerequisites: ARB 1111 or equivalent or permission of instructor.

Credits

6

Prerequisites

ARB 1111 or equivalent or permission of instructor.

ARB 1121 : Intermediate Arabic I

Review of grammar and vocabulary. Recitations, readings and oral drills. Supplementary language laboratory work. Prerequisites: ARB 1111 and 1112 or equivalent or permission of instructor.

Credits

5

Prerequisites

ARB 1111 and 1112 or equivalent or permission of instructor.

ARB 1122 : Intermediate Arabic II

Review of grammar and vocabulary. Recitations, readings and oral drills. Supplementary language laboratory work. Prerequisites: ARB 1111 and 1112 and 1121 or equivalent or permission of instructor.

Credits

5

Prerequisites

ARB 1111 and 1112 and 1121 or equivalent or permission of instructor.

ARB 1131 : Intensive Adv Arabic I

Advanced communication skills including reading and discussing topics on current events. Supplementary language laboratory work. ARB 1125 or equivalent or permission of instructor.

Credits

3

ARB 1132 : Intensive Adv Arabic II

Advanced communication skills including reading and discussing topics on current events. Supplementary language laboratory work. ARB 1131 or equivalent or permission of instructor.

Credits

3

ARB 1133 : Conversational Arabic I

Intensive practice in conversation with emphasis on developing advance language skills in Arabic. ARB 1132 or equivalent or permission of instructor.

Credits

3

ARB 1134 : Conversational Arabic II

Intensive practice in conversation with emphasis on developing advance language skills in Arabic. ARB 1133 or equivalent or permission of instructor.

Credits

3

ARB 2143 : Arab Culinary Culture

Examines the development and fundamental characteristics of Arab culinary culture. Presenting Arab cuisine elements absorbed from the cultures with which the early Arabs mixed when they migrated from the Arabian Peninsula and settled into the surrounding countries.

Credits

3

ARB 3412 : Special Topics

Advanced study of topics of special interest in Arabic literary and/or cultural studies. May be repeated for credit if topic changes. Fulfills core requirements for Arabic minor.

Credits

3