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ARBĀ 201 Intermediate Arabic I

Faculty: World Languages and Literatures Faculty
Content: Continued development of language skills in Modern Standard Arabic. Emphasis on acquiring the more complex vocabulary and grammar to achieve proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking on topics related to daily life. Basic introduction to Arabic-speaking cultures.
Prerequisites: ARB 102 or placement exam.
Usually offered: Annually, fall semester.
Semester credits: 4.

Middle East and North African Studies

...20 credits, distributed as follows: ARB 201 Intermediate Arabic I , ARB 202 Intermediate Arabic II...