Bachelor of Arts or Letter of Completion:
Arabic Language & Culture
Classes begin Fall & Spring Sessions Annually
Emphasis will be on reading, writing, and speaking in Modern Standard Arabic. Each student in the Arabic classes will receive a Rosetta Stone license to use for the course. 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.
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