The minor in Arabic is designed to guide student understanding of the Arabic language and literature—through intermediate to advanced level proficiency classes—and Arab art, religious affiliations and practices, politics, trends, cultures, histories, and more. The minor emphasizes language courses, as well as literature and culture courses in translation.
Students who complete the minor unlock a variety of job opportunities in health, technology and business sectors, especially because Arabic is the official language in more than 20 countries.
Minors are complementary to degree programs. Undergraduate applicants interested in this minor should apply directly to a bachelor program or as an undecided student.
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The minor in Arabic requires 19 hours of courses. There are:
- 3 required courses
- 2 courses to be selected from a list of approved courses
A minimum of 12 hours must be at the 200 level or above.
See the official minor requirements below of a full list of required and selective courses.