Advanced Arabic I, the beginning of the advanced (third year) sequence, does advanced work in all skills (speaking, listening, reading, writing, culture), including conversation, with increased work in reading, writing, and culture.
Beginning Arabic II is the second course at the beginning level. It focuses on the development of functional competence in speaking, listening, reading, writing and culture.
An in-depth exploration of the Arabic language and culture focusing on skills/topics that are not covered in sequential regular language courses. Prerequisite: varies; contact the instructor.
Intermediate Arabic I continues with intermediate-level development of functional skills in speaking, listening, reading, writing and culture, including conversation, with increased work in reading and writing.