Course Offerings

ARAB—101. Fundamentals of Arabic I 3 credits
The study of formal spoken and written modern Arabic: the writing system, pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar, and composition with supple­mentary reading in the language. Introduction to cultural realities of the Arabic-speaking world. This course is for students with no prior study of Arabic. (ATTR: ARTS)
 
ARAB—102. Fundamentals of Arabic II 3 credits
A continuation of ARAB 101. Further study of grammar, vocabulary, and composition with supplementary readings in the language. Continued study of cultural realities of the Arabic-speaking world. This course is for students who have completed the equivalent of one semester of college Arabic. (ATTR: ARTS)
 
ARAB—201. Intermediate Arabic I 3 credits
A thorough review of the structures of Arabic, supplemented by selec­tive readings.The audio lingual aspect of the language is further developed, and the ability to read with understanding is increased. Further cultural study. This course is for students who have completed the equivalent of two semesters of college Arabic. (ATTR: ARTS)
 
ARAB—202. Intermediate Arabic II 3 credits
A continuation of ARAB 201 .This course is for students who have completed the equivalent of three semesters of college Arabic. (ATTR: ARTS) 
 
ARAB—301. Communication in Arabic I 3 credits
To increase proficiency in speaking Arabic and deepening the under­standing of the cultural realities.This course is for students who have com­pleted the equivalent of four semesters of college Arabic. (ATTR: ARTS)
 
ARAB—302. Communication in Arabic II 3 credits
A continuation of ARAB 301. Emphasis on the development of writ­ing skills and extended study of cultural realities.This course is for students who have completed the equivalent of five semesters of college Arabic. (ATTR: ARTS)