Why Study Arabic?
- Learn the language of over 300 million people
- Arabic is the 5th most widely-spoken language in the world
- Arabic is one of the 6 official languages of the UN
- Become acquainted with a rich and diverse cultural heritage
- There are dozens of government scholarships for Study Abroad Programs. Please check the Skelnar Center Website under Study Away Programs in Asian Studies
- Gain a competitive edge in the job market
The Department of Modern Foreign Languages also offers these courses in Arabic Studies:
ARB 101-102: Introductory Arabic I and II
ARB 170: Cultures of the Arabic-Speaking World (in English)
ARB 201-202: Intermediate Arabic I and II. Â
An example of a recent Ex-term (January) course in Arabic is"Dangerous Liaisons: The US. and the Muslim Brotherhood, From the Suez Canal Crisis to ISIS" (taught in English). The Jan 2018 E-Term course will be "Riots, Religion, and Rap: Arabic Poetry of Resistance."
For more information about BSC Arabic Program, please contact Dr. Lamia Benyoussef at email@example.com