Bachelor of Arts or Certificate:
Arabic Language & Culture
Classes begin Fall & Spring Sessions Annually
Emphasis will be on reading, writing, and speaking in Modern Standard Arabic. Students also will have the option to learn the Egyptian and Levantine dialects. Objectives and subject matter cover cultural topics ranging from geography and religions to cuisine and multiculturalism.
Moreover, the available capstone courses are specifically designed to serve two significant purposes: 1) enhance Arabic language skills; and 2) gain a deeper appreciation of the Arabic culture.
Transfer your Defense Language Institute credits
Under an agreement with the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center, students who earn an associate degree in Modern Standard Arabic from the Defense Language Institute can transfer 45 credits toward a Bachelor of Arts degree in Arabic Language and Culture at Cal U.
Explore the scholarship opportunities available for students in the B.A. in Arabic Language and Culture program.
For more information about the Arabic Language and Culture program, including credit transfer options, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 866-595-6348.