AB 111 — Elementary Arabic 1

3 credits; 2 lecture and 2 lab hours

This introductory course enables students with no background in Arabic to communicate with Arabic-speaking people. The basic skills of speaking, reading, and writing in Arabic are established and the cultures where Arabic is spoken are introduced. Teacher-instructed laboratory sessions reinforce skills learned in the classroom. (G8: Foreign Language).

AB 112 — Arabic II

3 credits; 2 lecture and 2 lab hours

Second semester-level study of Arabic language and of the cultures where Arabic is spoken. Teacher-instructed multimedia laboratory sessions reinforce skills learned in the classroom (G8: Foreign Language)
Prerequisite(s): AB 111.

AB 122 — Arabic Conversation I

3 credits; 3 lecture hours

Students learn to converse in Arabic by emphasizing interaction in real-world situations. Functional and practical verbal communications are addressed with a focus on the cultures where Arabic is spoken. In addition to communicating in spoken Arabic, students build their writing and reading skills, leaving them with a strong foundation in the language.