The Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures offers a number of undergraduate courses in Arabic, as well as a minor in Arabic Language and Culture.
Faculty: Assistant Professor Magidow
Students taking the Arabic Language and Culture minor must complete 18 credits in Arabic Language or Arabo-Islamic culture. Students must take 12 credits at the 200 level or above (ARB 211, 212, 311, 312, 325, 497; PSC 312, 482; HIS 376, 379; PSC/RLS 221), of which at least 8 credits must be Arabic classes. The remaining credits may be from 100 level or higher classes in Arabic language (ARB 111, 112) or Arabo-Islamic culture (HIS 176, 178; HPR 107). Students must earn a minimum of 18 credits in these courses for the minor. For any course which is a topics course, the students must have advisor approval for that course to count toward the minor.