Arabic Courses

For the AY 2012-2013, the Modern Language Studies Department is offering the following Arabic courses:

Fall 2012
Arab 101 - Beginning Arabic I

Arab 201 - Intermediate Arabic I
 

Spring 2013
Arab 102 - Beginning Arabic II


Course Descriptions

ARAB 101    Begining Arabic I (4 units)
An introduction to the Arabic language and Arabic-speakig cultures, with emphasis on the development of commuicative skills and grammatical structures. Language laboratory practice is a mandatory component of the course. No prior knowledge of Arabic is assumed. May not be taken for credit by students who have received credit for WLAN 101A.

ARAB 102    Begining Arabic II(4 units)
Continuation or ARAB 101. Further study of the Arabic language and Arabic-speaking cultures, with emphasis on the development of commuinicative skills and basic structures. At the time of enrollment in course, basic knowledge of Arabic (equivalebt to that demonstrated upon successful completion of Arabic 101), is mandatory. May not be taken for credit by students who have received credit for WLAN 102A. Enrollment Requirement: ARAB 101.

ARAB 201    Intermediate Arabic I (3 units)
Intermediate Arabic I Further study of the Arabic language at the intermediate level. Emphasis on development of the skills of reading, listening comprehension, speaking, and writing. Includes study of diverse Arabic-speaking cultures. Conducted in Arabic. May not br taken for credit for WLAN 201A. Enrollment Requirement: ARAB 102, or two (2) years High School Arabic completed within the last two (2) years.