Arabic (ARABIC)

ARABIC 111-1 Arabic I (1 Unit)   Three-course introduction to modern standard Arabic primarily, along with some expo-sure to and familiarization with the main regional spoken varieties. Speaking, reading, listening comprehension, and basic writing skills developed.

ARABIC 111-2 Arabic I (1 Unit)   Three-course introduction to modern standard Arabic primarily, along with some expo-sure to and familiarization with the main regional spoken varieties. Speaking, reading, listening comprehension, and basic writing skills developed.

ARABIC 111-3 Arabic I (1 Unit)   Three-course introduction to modern standard Arabic primarily, along with some expo-sure to and familiarization with the main regional spoken varieties. Speaking, reading, listening comprehension, and basic writing skills developed.

ARABIC 114-0 Conversation and Culture in the Arab World (1 Unit)   Introduction to spoken colloquial Arabic of a country or region-for example, Egyptian, Levantine, or Moroccan. Emphasis on spoken language and conversation. May be repeated for credit with different dialect. Prerequisite: ARABIC 111-2 or equivalent.

ARABIC 121-1 Arabic II (1 Unit)   Further development of grammar knowledge, reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. Completion of at least this level is recommended for students seeking functional proficiency for study abroad. Prerequisite: ARABIC 111-3 or equivalent.

ARABIC 121-2 Arabic II (1 Unit)   Further development of grammar knowledge, reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. Completion of at least this level is recommended for students seeking functional proficiency for study abroad. Prerequisite: ARABIC 121-1 or equivalent.

ARABIC 121-3 Arabic II (1 Unit)   Further development of grammar knowledge, reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. Completion of at least this level is recommended for students seeking functional proficiency for study abroad. Prerequisite: ARABIC 121-2 or equivalent.

ARABIC 125-0 Media Arabic (1 Unit)   Introduction to vocabulary, expressions, and terminology used in Arab print and broadcast media. Supplements study in modern standard Arabic. May be repeated for credit with change of topic. Prerequisite: ARABIC 121-2 or equivalent.

ARABIC 211-1 Arabic III (1 Unit)   Continued skills development through reading and discussion of Arabic writings from both textbooks and media resources. Prerequisite: ARABIC 121-3 or equivalent.

ARABIC 211-2 Arabic III (1 Unit)   Continued skills development through reading and discussion of Arabic writings from both textbooks and media resources. Prerequisite: ARABIC 121-3 or equivalent.

ARABIC 211-3 Arabic III (1 Unit)   Continued skills development through reading and discussion of Arabic writings from both textbooks and media resources. Prerequisite: ARABIC 121-3 or equivalent.

ARABIC 311-1 Arabic IV (1 Unit)   Continuation of instruction in Arabic using textbooks and supplemental materials from literary sources (prose and poetry) and broadcast and print media. Emphasis on developing more advanced writing skills. Prerequisite: ARABIC 211-3 or equivalent.

ARABIC 311-2 Arabic IV (1 Unit)   Continuation of instruction in Arabic using textbooks and supplemental materials from literary sources (prose and poetry) and broadcast and print media. Emphasis on developing more advanced writing skills. Prerequisite: ARABIC 211-3 or equivalent.

ARABIC 311-3 Arabic IV (1 Unit)   Continuation of instruction in Arabic using textbooks and supplemental materials from literary sources (prose and poetry) and broadcast and print media. Emphasis on developing more advanced writing skills. Prerequisite: ARABIC 211-3 or equivalent.

ARABIC 316-1 Reading Arabic Poetry (1 Unit)   Content varies. May be repeated for credit with different topic.

ARABIC 316-2 Reading Classical Arabic Texts (1 Unit)   Content varies. May be repeated for credit with different topic.

ARABIC 316-3 Reading Modern Arabic Prose (1 Unit)   Content varies. May be repeated for credit with different topic.

ARABIC 399-0 Independent Study (1 Unit)   For students who have advanced with distinction beyond the regular course offerings in Arabic. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.