The BA in Middle East studies provides students with the opportunity to study a region of great importance. The broad and balanced program is taught by faculty members from departments such as anthropology, Arab and Islamic civilization, economics, history, political science and sociology.
120 credits are required: Six hours of colloquial or literary Arabic for non-Arabic speakers;
Core Curriculum (40 credits);concentration requirements (45 credits) 12 courses (36 credits) from 200/300 level and three courses (9 credits) from 400 level (85 credits total).
The rest (29-41 credits) should be general elective courses and be selected in consultation with a faculty adviser.
Course units given below are subject to change and are the latest example of curriculum available on this course of study.
Core (200/300 level) (36 credits)
Required (Choose one course) (3 credits)
Core (400 level) (Choose three courses) (9 credits)
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