Arabic (ARAB)

 

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1000 LEVEL COURSES


1501. [ARAB 1311, 1411, 1511] Beginning Course in Arabic I (5). Introduction and development of the four language skills in Arabic. Listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing.

1502. [ARAB 1312, 1412, 1512] Beginning Course in Arabic II (5). Prerequisite: ARAB 1501. Introduction and development of the four language skills in Arabic. Listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing.

 

2000 LEVEL COURSES


2301. [ARAB 2311] Second Course in Arabic I (3). Prerequisite: ARAB 1502. Reading, cultural background, grammar review, conversation and composition.

2302. [ARAB 2312] Second Course in Arabic II (3). Prerequisite: ARAB 2301. Reading, cultural background, grammar review, conversation and composition.

 

3000 LEVEL COURSES


3301. Advanced Arabic Conversation (3). Prerequisite: ARAB 2302 or consent of instructor. A proficiency-based course in Modern Standard Arabic. Can be repeated with new content and dialects. Independent study.

3305. Introduction to Arab-Muslim Civilization (3). Overview of Arab-Muslim civilization to include such topics as culture, Islam, cinema, art, and women. In English. Fulfills multicultural requirement.

 

4000 LEVEL COURSE


4300. Individual Studies in Arabic (3). Prerequisite: ARAB 2302 or consent of instructor. Independent work under the guidance of a faculty member. Contents vary to meet the needs of the student. May be repeated up to 12 credit hours.

 

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