Arabic courses

ARBC 1010 Elementary Arabic I
Elementary Arabic I
Basic introduction to the Arabic language. Emphasis on listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
credit hours: 3

ARBC 1020 Elementary Arabic II
Elementary Arabic II
Second semester of Arabic language.
Notes: Ability to read and write Arabic required.
Pre-requistites: ARBC 111 or equivalent.
credit hours: 3

ARBC 2030 Intermediate Arabic
Intermediate Arabic
Third semester of Arabic language. Continues development of reading and writing Arabic, but emphasis is placed on oral performance. Prerequisites: ARBC 1020. Credit hours: 4
Pre-requistites: ARBC 1020
credit hours: 4

ARBC 3010 Special Topics in Arabic Studies
Special Topics in Arabic Studies
Special topics in language, literature, and culture of the Arab world.
Pre-requistites: ARBC 2030.
credit hours: 3

ARBC 3060 Business Arabic
Business Arabic
Introduction to the vocabulary and topics related to business in the Arabic speaking world. Prerequistites: ARBC 3150, or permission of instructor. Credit hours: 3
Pre-requistites: ARBC 3150, or permission of instructor
credit hours: 3

ARBC 3150 Advanced Arabic
Advanced Arabic
A continuation of skills developed in ARBC 2030, which is a prerequisite for ARBC 2040. The Arabic language is used as the medium of instruction, and in addition to the further development of reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills, a greater emphasis is placed on culture.
Pre-requistites: ARBC 2030, Intermediate Arabic.
credit hours: 3

ARBC 3300 Arabic for International Relations and Diplomacy
Arabic for International Relations and Diplomacy
Introduction to vocabulary and topics related to contemporary politics, foreign service, international relations and diplomacy through Arabic media. Lexical knowledge and structures related to the topics above through authentic materials, including broadcast media. Prerequisites: ARBC 3150. Credit hours: 3
Pre-requistites: ARBC 3150
credit hours: 3