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Arabic Language Program

 

NDSU offers two full years of instruction in Arabic.  Arrangements for further study can be made through summer or year-long study abroad programs in several different countries.

                                                 STUDY ABROAD
NDSU participates in the US Arabic Distance Learning Network; to learn more:  USADLN
Courses at NDSU

101 First-Year Arabic I   4 credits
Basic structures and vocabulary of modern standard Arabic. Practice in the fundamentals of listening, speaking, reading, and writing; introduction to the cultural context of the Arabic-speaking world. No previous knowledge of Arabic required. Not open to native speakers of Arabic.

102 First-Year Arabic II   4 creditsBasic structures and vocabulary of modern standard Arabic. Practice in the fundamentals of listening, speaking, reading, and writing; introduction to the cultural context of the Arabic-speaking world. Continuation of ARB 101. Not open to native speakers of Arabic.

201 Second-Year Arabic I   3 creditsExtended practice with grammatical structures and practical vocabulary to develop proficiency in listening and speaking: additional emphasis on development of skills in reading and writing; cultural topics. Prereq: ARB 102 or equivalent.

202 Second-Year Arabic II   3 creditsExtended practice with grammatical structures and practical vocabulary to develop proficiency in listening and speaking: additional emphasis on development of skills in reading and writing; cultural topics. Prereq: ARB 201 or equivalent.


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Last Updated: Wednesday, March 05, 2014 12:56:40 PM