ARAB 101 – Elementary Arabic I 4 Credits
This course is an introduction to the phonology and writing system of Arabic, its basic vocabulary and structure. Students will acquire the foundations of Arabic grammar and build their vocabulary directed to reading and simple conversation, such as greetings and simple expressions of needs.
Meeting: Sun, Tue, Thu. 5:30 – 8:30 PM
Classes meet July 9-August 10
ARAB 201 – Intermediate Arabic I 4 Credits
This course serves as an expansion and solidification of the student’s understanding of the classical Arabic language, including its verbal system. Building upon the students’ active vocabulary and structural understanding, this course equips students with the basic tools to read, grammatically analyze, and translate selected classical and contemporary texts, which will be taken from various genres of Arabic prose literature.
Prerequisite: Arabic 102, or equivalent course.
Meeting: Mon, Wed, Fri. 5:30 – 8:30 PM
Classes meet July 10-August 11