Arabic

Courses in Arabic are designed for students whose interests and career plans have an international or multi-ethnic focus. Students who study Arabic will develop listening, speaking, reading, and writing fluency at the beginning and intermediate levels. AB-101 and AB-102 also form part of the requirements for the Minor in Middle East Studies offered by the Department of History and Political Science.

Faculty

Ana Perez-Manrique, Department Chair, Associate Professor (2006), B.A. Universidad de Malaga, Spain; M.A. University of South Carolina; Ph.D. Florida State University

AB-101 Beginning Arabic I

LASC Categories: TLC

Introduction to the Arabic language and cultures of the Arabic-speaking world.

3 Credits

AB-102 Beginning Arabic II

LASC Categories: TLC

Prerequisites: AB-101

A continuation of AB 101, designed for students to acquire additional vocabulary, grammar, and reading ability.

3 Credits

AB-210 Intermediate Arabic I

LASC Categories: TLC

Prerequisites: AB-102

Instruction in advanced rules of Arabic grammar and verb system, and in advanced writing and reading.

3 Credits

AB-211 Intermediate Arabic II

LASC Categories: TLC

Prerequisites: AB-210

Reading and discussion of texts dealing with literature, arts, geography, history, and culture of Arabic-speaking world.

3 Credits