"If I had any tips for other students who have yet to take advantage of this opportunity [to take the STAMP test], I would tell them it is definitely worth it! It saves time, money, and lets you focus on classes in your major by fulfilling this language requirement faster."
-Emily (Class of 2019)
ARBC 101. ARABIC I. 3 HOURS GEN ED A-II
A study of the basic grammar, syntax and vocabulary of Arabic, concentrating on developing fundamental skills in writing, reading and speaking the language. May be taken either as a foreign language course or as a RELS elective.
ARBC 102. INTERMEDIATE ARABIC II. 3 HOURS GEN ED A-II
Prerequisite: ARBC 201 or equivalent. Continuation on the development of communication skills on everyday topics and of cultural insights.
ARBC 201. INTERMEDIATE ARABIC I. 3 HOURS GEN ED A-II
Prerequisite: ARBC 387 or two years of high school Arabic. Expansion of communication skills in increasingly complex and varied situations. Emphasis on conversational speaking, presentational writing and speaking, and understanding culturally specific texts and media.
ARBC 202. INTERMEDIATE ARABIC II. 3 HOURS GEN ED A-II
Prerequisite: ARBC 201 or equivalent. Continued expansion of interpersonal communication skills at the intermediate level. Emphasis on increasing comprehension, the building of vocabulary, and on presentational modes of speaking and writing.
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