Arabic (ARAB)

Courses

ARAB 1013 Elementary Arabic I: 3 semester hours.

Practice in listening, speaking, reading and writing standard Arabic in order to acquire vocabulary and structures and a general knowledge of Arabic cultures.

ARAB 1023 Elementary Arabic II: 3 semester hours.

Continuation of practice in listening, speaking, reading and writing standard Arabic in order to acquire vocabulary and structures and knowledge of Arabic cultures.
Prerequisites: ARAB 1013.

ARAB 2013 Intermediate Arabic I: 3 semester hours.

Further development of speaking, reading, writing, and comprehension skills acquired in elementary Arabic. Introduction of more complex grammatical structures, roots, and patterns. Selected reading materials are included to enhance comprehension. Continues acquisition of vocabulary and emphasis on Arab culture.
Prerequisites: ARAB 1023.

ARAB 2023 Intermediate Arabic II: 3 semester hours.

This course is a continuation of ARAB 2013. Continued development of the four skills via reading materials, discussions, and compositions. Continues expansion of vocabulary within the context of Arab culture. Introduction of more complex grammatical structures, roots and patterns. This course concludes the two-course sequence of intermediate Arabic.
Prerequisites: ARAB 2013.