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Beginning Arabic I (101) – 3 credit hours
Introduction to the sound and writing system of the Arabic language. Provides students with basic structural and lexical knowledge which will enable them to communicate orally and in writing in Arabic at the beginning level. Emphasis on real-life situations through structured activities and grammatical exercises, with an overview of Arabic customs and culture. Individual, pair, and group work, and computer-assisted instruction. (Fall)

Beginning Arabic II (102) – 3 credit hours
Prerequisite: Arabic 101 or equivalent. Continuation of Arabic 101, usually taken in the spring.

Intermediate Arabic I (201) – 3 credit hours
Prerequisite: Arabic 102 or equivalent. Builds on the structural and lexical base provided in Arabic 101-102 to move students to an intermediate level in listening, speaking, and writing. Individual, pair, and group work, and computer-assisted instruction. Usually taken in the fall.

Intermediate Arabic (202) – 3 credit hours 
Prerequisite: Arabic 201 or equivalent. Continuation of Arabic 201, usually taken in spring.