Minor - Arabic
Minor - Arabic
Knowledge of a foreign language is important in today's world for practical, cultural, and intellectual reasons. Those who are proficient in a second language have a clear advantage in many fields, becoming "citizens of the world" in a time when communication with and an understanding of other cultures are paramount.
The minor in Arabic requires the completion of 15 hours of Arabic courses at the 200 level or above. Arab 211 does not count towards the minor. A maximum of 9 credits for the minor may be taken through an approved study abroad program.
Other Academic Requirements
Grades lower than C in modern languages courses will not be counted toward the major or minor in modern languages.
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