Nov 13, 2018  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog
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ARBC 102 - Beginning Arabic II


Credits: (2)
The series of these two introductory courses equaling 3 credits (101, 102) serve to initiate students in the study of Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) and the cultures where Arabic is spoken. In these courses, students will learn to read and write the Arabic alphabet, to speak simple words and phrases, and to enter into simple conversations while reinforcing French language skills. Student will also develop cultural literacy centered on the region especially in those Middle Eastern areas where French is spoken. The language of instruction in this course is both French and Arabic. Students are required to be enrolled in or have taken FREN 201  or the equivalent in order to participate in this course of study since the texts for Arabic instruction will be in French. These Arabic courses are designed to fulfill the major in French with a concentration in Middle Eastern studies. Prerequisite(s): FREN 201  or equivalent



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