Courses

FALL TERM 2001

101. Elementary Arabic I
-The sounds and script of the written language will be mastered, along with some basic grammatical constructions. Oral and aural shlls will also be drilled. Required lab work. (This course is also offered under the African Studies and the Middle Eastern Studies programs.)-Schub

201. Intermediate Arabic I-Continuation of Arabic 102, with an introduction to Arabic composition as well as further grammatical study and conversarion practice. Required lab work. Prerequisite: Arabic 102 or equivalent. (This course is also offered under the African Studies and the Middle Eastern Studies programs.)-Schub

301. Intermediate Arabic III-Continuation of Arabic 202, introducing increasingly complex grammatical structures through culturally based materials and literary texts, with a programmed expansion of vocabulary to 1,500 words. Lab work required. Prerequisite: Arabic 202 or equivalen'. (This course is also offered under the African Smdies and the Middle Eastern Studies programs.)-Schub

399. IndeDentent Study
-Submission of the special registation form, available in the Registars Office- and the approval of the instructor and chairperson are required for enrollment. (1/2 - 1 course credit)-Staff

460. Tutorial-Submission of the special registration form, available in the Registrar's Office, and the approval of the instructor and chairperson are required for enrollment.-Staff

466. Teaching Assistant-Submission of the special registration form, available in the Registar's Office, and the approval of the instruaor and chairperson are required for enrollment. (1/2 - 1 course credit)-Staff

SPRING TERM 2002

102. Elementary Aabic II-Continuation of Arabic 101, with further oral and written pactice. Required lab work. Prerequisite: Arabic 101 or equivalent. (This course is also offered under the African Studies and the Middle Eastern Studies programs.)-Schub

202. Intermediate Arabic II-Continuation of Aabic 201, leading to a completion of essential basic gammatical constructions as well as further conversational practice. Prerequisite: Arabic 201 or equivalent. (This course is also offered under the African Studies and the Middle Eastern Studies progams.)-Schub

302. Intermediate Aabic IV-Continuation of Arabic 301, presenting alternative stylistic tools for oral and written communication, with a vigorous expansion of vocabulary. Lab work required. Prerequisite: Arabic 301 or equivalent. (This course is also offered under the African Studies and the Middle Eastern Studies programs.)-Schub

399. Independent Study-Submission of the special registation form, available in the Registar's Office, and the approval of the instructor and chairperson are required for enrollment. (1/2 - 1 course credit)-Staff

460. Tutorial-Submission of the special registation form, available in the Registar's Office, and the approval of the instructor and chairperson are required for enrollment.-Staff

466. Teaching Assistantship-Submission of the special registation form, available in the Registar's Office, and tbe approval of the instructor and chairperson are required for enrollment. (1/2 - 1 course credit)-Staff

 

 

Last Modified, Oct 16 2001