Bachelor of Arts in Arabic Language, Literature, and Culture
Requirements (44 units)
Total units required for graduation: 120
Requirements for the B.A. in Arabic Language, Literature, and Culture
(Program Code: ARAB)
- Proficiency in Arabic equal to that of ARAB 1112 or equivalent.
- No more than 18 units in Arabic can be transferred from other institutions.
- Students who have completed high school in an Arab country may get credit for up to 8 units of second year Arabic.
- Students who have completed Arabic as a second langauge in High School must take a placement exam. Highest placement is second year Arabic.
|Lower-division requirements (8)|
|Eight units chosen from:||8|
|Arabic Literature and societies|
|Arabic for Professional Communication|
|Upper-division requirements (15)|
|ARAB 3111||Arab Culture, Media and Identity||3|
|ARAB 3112||Explorations of Arabic Literary Texts||3|
|ARAB 3113||Spoken Arabic||3|
|ARAB 3114||Introduction to Arabic Linguistics||3|
|ARAB 3150||Arabic Conversation Activity||1|
|ARAB 3160||Writing Explorations||1|
|ARAB 4500||Signature Work||1|
|Twenty one units chosen from:||21|
|(Only 6 units may be chosen from courses taught in English)|
|Introduction to Arabic Translation|
|Explorations in Arabic Media|
|Advanced Arabic for Professional Communication|
|Advanced Readings in Arabic|
Courses Taught in English
|Female Voices in Arab American Literature (Taught in English )|
|Voices and Visions from the Arab World (Taught in English)|
|Global Perspectives and Study Abroad|
Minor/Certificate in Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies
Students receiving a minor, certificate or B.A. in Arabic Language, Literature and Culture may also be able to earn a minor or certificate in Islamic and Middle Eastern studies.