The minor in Arabic has an emphasis on developing strong language skills: oral communication and the reading of texts. Students are also introduced to important works of Arabic literature and culture. A minor in Arabic can easily and effectively be combined with majors in other disciplines. It is especially valuable in combination with global affairs, international relations, security, journalism, philosophy, and religion.
For policies governing all minors, see the Undergraduate Policies section of this catalog.
Students pursuing this minor must complete 18 credits beyond the intermediate proficiency level with a minimum grade of 2.00 in each course. Eight credits of course work must be unique to the minor.
ARAB 330 - Reading and Conversation I Credits: 3
ARAB 331 - Reading and Conversation II Credits: 3
ARAB 350 - Media Arabic I (Written Media) Credits: 3
ARAB 351 - Media Arabic II (Spoken Media) Credits: 3
ARAB 420 - Survey of Arabic Literature Credits: 3
ARAB 430 - Advanced Arabic Grammar Credits: 3
Students choose any 300 or 400-level course taught in Arabic.
ARAB 325 - Major Arab Writers/Stories Credits: 3
ARTH 320 - Art of the Islamic World Credits: 3
GOVT 345 - Islam and Politics Credits: 3
HIST 461 - Arab-Israeli Conflict Credits: 3
HIST 462 - Women in Islamic Society Credits: 3
RELI 374 - Islamic Thought Credits: 3
RELI 375 - Qur'an and Hadith Credits: 3
Requirements may be different for earlier catalog years. See the University Catalog archives.