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Romance, German, Russian Languages and Literatures

College of Liberal Arts

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Romance, German, Russian Languages and Literatures - ARAB Courses

101A. Standard Modern Arabic I (4)

Prerequisite or Corequisite: Any Foundation course.
Beginning the study of Arabic.
For non-native speakers only. Not open to heritage speakers or native speakers of Arabic. Check for code 138 (for non-native speakers) and 139 (for heritage speakers) in the Schedule of Classes.

101B. Standard Modern Arabic II (4)

Prerequisite or Corequisite: Any Foundation course, ARAB 101A or consent of instructor.
Continuation of work in 101A in speaking pronunciation, comprehension and writing.
For non-native speakers only. Not open to heritage speakers or native speakers of Arabic. Check for code 138 (for non-native speakers) and 139 (for heritage speakers) in the Schedule of Classes.

201A. Intermediate Arabic (4)

Prerequisite: ARAB 101B or three years of high school Arabic.
Continued work in speaking, pronunciation, comprehension, reading, writing.
For non-native speakers only. Heritage speakers of Arabic need to consult with the Chair or the Language Coordinator for placement in the appropriate course.

201B. Intermediate Arabic (4)

Prerequisite: ARAB 201A or four years of high school Arabic.
Continued work in speaking, pronunciation, comprehension, reading, writing, and culture.
For non-native speakers only. Heritage speakers of Arabic need to consult with the Chair or the Language Coordinator for placement in the appropriate course.

250. Arabic for Arabic Speakers (6)

Designed for heritage speakers of Arabic able to function in informal settings. Builds upon knowledge and skills speakers of Arabic bring to the classroom. Provides language-use experiences that move students beyond the informal situations in which they normally operate.
For heritage speakers of Arabic. If students are non-heritage speakers of Arabic who already completed four semesters of Arabic, they are urged to consult with the chair, the language coordinator or the instructor.