Arabic

Arabic—the first language of over 200 million people from Morocco to Iraq—is the sacred language of Islam. Our Arabic courses produce fluent Arabic speakers for business, non-governmental organizations (NGO) and the academic world.

Arabic 101

ARABIC 101—ELEMENTARY ARABIC I (HAL)

Fall. Credit, five hours. First in a series of courses that develops reading, speaking, listening, writing, and cultural skills in Arabic. Course includes video materials and stresses communication skills in formal and spoken Arabic.

Arabic 102

ARABIC 102—ELEMENTARY ARABIC II (HAL)

Spring. Credit, five hours. Prerequisite: Arabic 101or permission of instructor. Second in a series of courses that develop reading, speaking, listening writing, and cultural skills in Arabic. Course includes video materials and stresses communication in formal and spoken Arabic.

Arabic 201

ARABIC 201—INTERMEDIATE ARABIC I (HAL)

Fall. Credit, four hours. Prerequisites: Arabic 102 or permission of instructor. Third in a series of courses that develop reading, speaking, listening, writing, and cultural skills in Arabic. Course includes video materials and stresses communication in formal and spoken Arabic.

Arabic 202

ARABIC 202—INTERMEDIATE ARABIC II (HAL)

Spring. Credit, four hours. Prerequisites: Arabic 201 or permission of instructor. Fourth in a series of courses that develop reading, speaking, listening, writing, and cultural skills in Arabic. Course includes video materials and stresses communication in formal and spoken Arabic.