Course Descriptions

ARAB 1001: Elementary Modern Standard Arabic I

  • Class Schedule:  4 hours per week
  • This course covers the fundamentals of listening, speaking, reading, and writing Modern Standard Arabic in a proficiency-based classroom, and introduces students to Arabic cultures. Designed for students who have never studied Arabic. Not open to native speakers. Heritage speakers and students who had Arabic in high school should contact the Department of English and World Languages for an evaluation to determine which Arabic course best suits their current proficiency. Students must receive a grade of C or better in order to continue with Arabic 1002

ARAB 1002: Elementary modern Standard Arabic ii

  • Class Schedule:  4 hours per week
  • ARAB 1002 provides students with beginning level skills in speaking, listening, reading, and writing Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), building on the skills developed in ARAB 1001. The course will be taught using a communicative and student-centered approach. Not open to native speakers. Heritage speakers and students who had Arabic in high school should contact the Department of English and World Languages for an evaluation to determine which Arabic course best suits their current proficiency. Students must receive a grade of C or better in order to continue with Arabic 2001.
  • Prerequisite: ARAB 1001, grade of C or better

ARAB 2001: Intermediate Modern Standard Arabic I

  • Class Schedule:  4 hours per week
  • ARAB 2001 provides students with intermediate level skills in speaking, listening, reading, and writing Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), building on the skills developed in ARAB 1002. The course will be taught using a communicative and student-centered approach. Not open to native speakers. Heritage speakers and students who had Arabic in high school should contact the Department of English and World Languages for an evaluation to determine which Arabic course best suits their current proficiency. Students must receive a grade of C or better in order to continue with Arabic 2002.
  • Prerequisite: ARAB 1002, grade of C or better

ARAB 2002: INTERMEDIATE MODERN STANDARD ARABIC II

  • Class Schedule:  4 hours per week
  • ARAB 2002 provides students with intermediate level skills in speaking, listening, reading, and writing Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), building on the skills developed in ARAB 2001. The course will be taught using a communicative and student-centered approach. Not open to native speakers. Heritage speakers and students who had Arabic in high school should contact the Department of English and World Languages for an evaluation to determine which Arabic course best suits their current proficiency. 
  • Prerequisite: ARAB 2001, grade of C or better
For more information, please contact the Department of English and World Languages at 706-737-1500 or ewl@augusta.edu.