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Arabic Language

POST-ADVANCED ARABIC COURSES

Courses recently taught that require post-advanced Arabic skills

 

COURSES TAUGHT IN ARABIC

  • MAAS 408 – Arab Intellectuals
  • MAAS 485 – Women’s Movements: Arab World
  • MAAS 530 – Ethnic/Religious Minorities: Arab World
  • MAAS 537 – Political Islamic Movements
  • MAAS 548 – Uprisings and Prospects for Change: Arab World
  • MAAS 572 – State, Power, and Politics in the Arab World
  • INAF 516 – Islamic Thought Confronting Modernity
  • ARAB 320 – Arab Film
  • ARAB 340 – Arabic Drama
  • ARAB 348 – Map of the Arab World
  • ARAB 365 – Arabic Gulf Literature
  • ARAB 420 – Arabic Literature in the Age of Rhetoric
  • ARAB 423 – Modern Arabic Poetry
  • ARAB 503 – Classical Arabic Court Poetry

MAAS students are eligible to receive a Language Study Scholarship from the Graduate School for courses numbered below 350 that are taught in Arabic.  

ADDITIONAL COURSES THAT USE ARABIC LANGUAGE MATERIALS

  • ARAB 385 – Classical Arabic Grammar
  • ARAB 395 – Revolutionary Culture
  • ARAB 507 – Arabic Media
  • ARAB 511 – Short Stories from the Maghreb
  • ARAB 538 – Critical Approaches: Arabic Qasida
  • ARAB 547 – Fundamentals of Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language
  • ARAB 553 – I’jaz al-Qur’an
  • ARAB 555 – Intro to Arabic/Islamic Studies: Sources/Methods
  • ARAB 627 – Introduction to Hadith
  • ARAB 711 – Editing Arabic Manuscripts
  • ARAB 775 – Islamic Legal Theory and Legal Change