Department of Languages and Literature

Courses in Arabic

The Department offers a variety of courses in Arabic to meet the interests and needs of students. For the most updated information about course offerings, please consult the University course catalog and BenULive course schedule, or contact the Department.

Arabic calligraphyARBC 101 | Elementary Arabic I

Introduction to the basic structure of the language. Designed to enable the student to develop oral proficiency and written skills. 3 semester credit hours. Typically offered: Fall and Spring Terms.

 

ARBC 102 | Elementary Arabic II

Introduction to the basic structure of the language. Designed to enable the student to develop oral proficiency and written skills. Spring. Prerequisite: ARBC 101 or placement. 3 semester credit hours. Typically offered: Fall and Spring Terms.

 

ARBC 191 | Conversation and Culture

This course provides an introduction to and highlights of Arab culture and basic language skills. Spring term. 1 semester credit hour. Typically offered: Spring Term.

 

ARBC 201 | Intermediate Arabic I

Review of the basic structure of the language. Emphasis on extensive language practice in simulated cultural settings which will enable students to continue to develop their oral and written proficiency. Periodically. Prerequisite: ARBC 102 or placement. 3 semester credit hours.

 

ARBC 202 | Intermediate Arabic II

Review of the basic structure of the language. Emphasis on extensive language practice in simulated cultural settings which will enable students to continue to develop their oral and written proficiency. Periodically. Prerequisite: ARBC 201 or placement. 3 semester credit hours.