ARBC 1001 Elementary Arabic I
Credit Hours 3.0
Description

Development of basic communication skills in the spoken language. Introduction to the system of writing, the reading of simple texts, and basic grammatical structures. Students are introduced to various aspects of arabic culture. Not open to native speakers of Arabic.

ARBC 1002 Elementary Arabic II
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites ARBC 1001 with grade of C or higher, or placement into 1002
Description

Development of the basic communication skills in the spoken language. Introduction to the system of writing, the reading of simple texts, and basic grammatical structures. Students are introduced to various aspects of arabic culture. Not open to native speakers of Arabic.

ARBC 1101 Intensive Elementary Arabic
Credit Hours 6.0
Description

Introduction to the system of writing, the reading of simple texts, and basic grammatical structures. This is an intensive course and includes all material covered in ARBC 1001 and ARBC 1002. Not open to native speakers of Arabic. Summer semester only.

ARBC 1102 Introduction to Arabic Grammar and Syntax
Credit Hours 3.0
Description

This online only asynchronous course will cover the basic grammar and syntax of Arabic, as a means of supplementing a performance-based approach in regular first-year Arabic courses. Students will learn at their own pace how to properly recognize, form and use basic structures of the language. Instructors and tutors will be available at specific times via Internet chat to answer students’ questions.

ARBC 2001 Intermediate Arabic I
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites ARBC 1002 with grade of C or higher, or placement into 2001
Description

Continuing development of communicative skills; further work with the writing system; reading of simple authentic texts; and intermediate grammatical structures. Arabic culture presented. Not open to native speakers of a Arabic.

ARBC 2002 Intermediate Arabic II
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites ARBC 2001 with grade of C or higher, or placement into 2001
Description

Continuing development of communicative skills; further work with the writing system; reading of simple authentic texts; and intermediate grammatical structures. Arabic culture presented. Not open to native speakers of a Arabic.