Feb 04, 2023  
2021-2022 Academic Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Academic Catalog [Published Catalog]

Courses


 

 

 

 

Arab and Islamic Civilizations

  
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    ARIC 572/5220 - Fieldwork in Islamic Architecture (3 cr.)



    Description
    Archaeological, museological or conservation methodology; examination of monuments and sites.

    When Offered
    offered occasionally
    Repeatable
    May be repeated for credit when content changes.
  
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    ARIC 573/5221 - Seminar on the Architecture of a Selected Period (3 cr.)



    When Offered
    Offered occasionally.
    Repeatable
    May be repeated for credit when content changes.
  
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    ARIC 575-576/5222-5223 - Special Studies in Islamic Art and Architecture (3 cr.)



    Prerequisites
    Consent of instructor.

    Description
    Reading and papers on selected topics by graduate students who also attend a course of undergraduate lectures.

    When Offered
    5222 offered in fall, 5223 offered in spring.
    Repeatable
    May be repeated for credit when content changes.
  
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    ARIC 530/5230 - Seminar on a Selected Topic in Medieval Arab/Islamic History, 600-1800 A.D. (3 cr.)



    Prerequisites
    Prerequisite: consent of instructor.

    When Offered
    Offered occasionally
    Repeatable
    May be repeated for credit when content changes.
    Notes
    Selected topics in Medieval Arab/Islamic history, 600-1800 A.D.
  
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    ARIC 542/5231 - Seminar on the Nineteenth-Century Middle East (3 cr.)



    Description
    Readings, discussion, and research.

    Cross-listed
    Same as  .
    When Offered
    Offered in fall.
  
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    ARIC 543/5232 - Seminar on the Twentieth-Century Middle East (3 cr.)



    Description
    Readings, discussion, and research.

    Cross-listed
    Same as  .
    When Offered
    Offered in spring.
  
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    ARIC 560 - 561/5233-5234 - Special Studies in Middle Eastern History (3 cr.)



    Prerequisites
    Consent of instructor.

    Description
    Special readings for graduate students who are also attending a course of undergraduate lectures.

    When Offered
    5233 offered in fall, 5234 offered in spring.
    Repeatable
    May be repeated for credit when content changes.
  
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    ARIC 524/5240 - Seminar on Selected Topics in Qur’anic Studies (3 cr.)



    Prerequisites
       or consent of instructor.

    Description
    Selected topics in Qur’anic Studies: e.g. history of the text or specific theme in the Qur’an (gender issued, relations with others, ethical or legal issues). The course offers an examination of the principal different Muslim and Western approaches and opinions relevant to the chosen topic, illustrated with reference to an appropriate selection of primary sources in translation and in Arabic.

    When Offered
    Offered annually.
  
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    ARIC 525/5241 - Seminar on Selected Topics in Sira or Hadith (3 cr.)



    Prerequisites
       or consent of instructor.

    Description
    Selected topics in Sira and Hadith related to basic issues of the field; e.g. the sources, the methodology of oral transmission and its influence on the assessment of authenticity, critical examination of Muslim and Western approaches to Hadith and the relationship between interpretation of the texts of Hadith and society. The course offers an examination of the principal different Muslim and Western approaches and opinions relevant to the chosen topic, illustrated with relevant selections of primary sources in translation and in Arabic.

    When Offered
    Offered annually.
  
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    ARIC 526/5242 - Seminar on Selected Topics in Islamic Law and Legal Theory (3 cr.)



    Prerequisites
       or consent of instructor.

    Description
    Selected topics in Islamic Law; e.g. Its history, methodologies, specific Islamic Legal or political theories (including international relation, minorities, human rights), administration of the criminal justice, court systems, reforms in the modern times, principles of jurisprudence (Usul al Fiqh) the concept of social interest, legal maxims. The course offers, whenever appropriate, comparisons, between the different Muslim and Western approaches to the selected Topic, illustrated with reference to the main sources in translation and in Arabic.

    When Offered
    Offered annually.
    Notes
    May be repeated for credit when content changes.
  
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    ARIC 527/5243 - Selected Topics in Islamic Theology, Sufism or Philosophy (3 cr.)



    Prerequisites
       or consent of instructor.

    Description
    Selected topics focusing on one of the main areas of Islamic thought (theology, Sufism, or philosophy). The course offers themes such as the history and sources of Islamic philosophy, theory of knowledge, ethics, metaphysics, the work of a leading Muslim philosopher or theologian, the relationship between mysticism and shi’ism, modern developments in Islamic thought and reforms, or new interpretations of theological questions. It also examines principle different Muslim and Western approaches and opinions relevant to the chosen topic, illustrated with reference to selections of primary sources in translation and in Arabic.

    When Offered
    Offered annually.
    Notes
    Taught in Arabic unless otherwise stated. May be repeated for Credit when content changes.
  
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    ARIC 528/5244 - Selected Topics in Islamic Studies (3 cr.)



    Prerequisites
    Pre-requisite: Consent of instructor.

    Description
    Selected Topics in Islamic Studies.

    When Offered
    Offered in spring.
    Repeatable
    May be repeated for credit when content changes.
  
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    ARIC 529/5245 - World Religions and the Study of Religion (3 cr.)



    Prerequisites
    Prerequisite: Enrollment in Islamic Studies MA Program.

    Description
    This course will introduce students to the great world religions other than Islam, and will introduce them to current theories and methods in the academic field of Religious Studies.

    Cross-listed
    Same as  .
  
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    ARIC 599/5299 - Research Guidance and Thesis (no cr.)



    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.

Arabic Language

Sections with odd numbers are for international students and sections with even numbers are for Egyptian degree seeking students.

  
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    ALNG 000/1010 - Eye on Press (3 cr.)



    Description
    This course is content based and is aimed at exposing elementary level degree-seeking students to the various genres in the newspaper. It develops students’ competence in Arabic Media through the four language skills. The rationale for using a newspaper is to raise awareness of cultural texts reflecting both the “little c”’ and the “big c”, thus enhancing students’ cultural identity and understanding. The different genres in the newspaper range from advertisements, caricatures and infographics to short stories, news articles and editorials. The newspaper serves as a resource for practicing all skills.

  
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    ALNG 000/1020 - Arabic in Context (3 cr. per semester)



    Prerequisites
    ALNG 1010   or placement examination

    Description
    In this course, students will be introduced to functions of writing through Arabic authentic reading and listening materials in order to improve their writing skills in a variety of contexts. In addition, the course enhances the four skills, with emphasis on expanding the vocabulary, developing both oral and written production through presentations, debates…etc. The course aims to enhance the students’ Arabic language competence through realistic and contextualized tasks based on authentic texts. This is a blended course, students meet twice a week, for three hours in a face to face mode, and two hours in an online component mode. Registration requires the permission of ALNG.

  
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    ALNG 101-102 -103/1101-1102-1103 - Elementary Modern Standard Arabic (3 cr. each per semester)



    Description
    Develops the fundamentals of modern standard Arabic through reading, writing, and oral connection within a framework of the essentials of syntax, morphology, and a working vocabulary. Three-semester sequence. Each course meets five hours per week. Registration requires the permission of ALNG Director.

    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Noncredit for Thanawiyya Amma holders. Sections with odd numbers are for international students and sections with even numbers are for Egyptian degree seeking students.
  
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    ALNG 109-110/1301-1302 - Elementary Egyptian Colloquial Arabic (3 cr. each per semester)



    Description
    Study of the basic inflectional and syntactical patterns of Egyptian colloquial Arabic through every day-life communicative activities. Two- semester sequence. Each course meets five hours per week. Registration requires permission of the ALNG Director.

    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring
    Notes
    These two courses are only for international students non-native speakers of Arabic.
  
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    ALNG 111/1501 - Accelerated Elementary Modern Standard Arabic (6 cr. per semester)



    Description
    ALNG 1501   covers material of ALNG 1101 and ALNG 1102. This course meets ten hours per week. Registration requires permission of the ALNG Director.

    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Noncredit for Thanawiyya Amma holders. Sections with odd numbers are for international students and sections with even numbers are for Egyptian degree seeking students.
     
  
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    ALNG 112/1502 - Accelerated High Elementary and Lower Iintermediate Modern Standard Arabic (6 cr.each per semester)



    Prerequisites
    ALNG 1501  

    Description
    ALNG 1502 covers the material of ALNG 1103 and ALNG 2101. The course meets ten hours per week. Registration requires permission of the ALNG Director.

    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Noncredit for Thanawiyya Amma holders. Sections with odd numbers are for international students and sections with even numbers are for Egyptian degree seeking students.
  
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    ALNG 199/1991 - Selected Topics (3 cr. per semester)



    Description
    Study of selected topics for elementary students. The course meets five hours per week. Registration requires the permission of ALNG Director.

    When Offered
    Offered fall and spring.
    Notes
    May be repeated for credit if content changes. Noncredit for Thanawiyya Amma holders. Sections with odd numbers are for international students and sections with even numbers are for Egyptian degree seeking students.
  
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    ALNG 000/2010 - Current Issues and Egyptian Society (3 cr. per semester)



    Prerequisites
    ALNG 1020  

    Description
    Three-semester sequence. Each course meets five hours per week. Registration requires permission of the ALNG Director. Increases the command of grammatical and syntactical structure of modern standard Arabic through reading materials; develops reading and writing skills and comprehension. Critical examination of social and cultural dimensions of reading materials.

  
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    ALNG 201-202-203/2101-2102-2103 - Intermediate Arabic (3 cr. each per semester)



    Prerequisites
    ALNG 1103  or placement examination.

    Description
    Three-semester sequence. Each course meets five hours per week. Registration requires permission of the ALNG Director. Increases the command of grammatical and syntactical structure of modern standard Arabic through reading materials; develops reading and writing skills and comprehension. Critical examination of social and cultural dimensions of reading materials.

    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Noncredit for Thanawiyya Amma holders. Sections with odd numbers are for international students and sections with even numbers are for Egyptian degree seeking students.
  
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    ALNG 204-205/2104-2105 - Intermediate Modern Standard Arabic (3 cr. each per semester)



    Prerequisites
    ALNG 2103  or placement examination.

    Description
    Increase the command of grammatical and syntactical structure of modern standard Arabic through reading materials; develop reading and writing skills and comprehension. Critical examination of social and cultural dimensions of reading materials. Two-semester sequence. Each course meets five hours per week. Registration requires permission of the ALNG Director.

    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    These two courses are only for international students.
  
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    ALNG 206/2131 - Arabic of the News Media (3 cr. per semester)



    Prerequisites
    ALNG 2101.

    Description
    Introduction to the vocabulary and style of the Arabic press. Readings from the daily newspapers and magazines and other sources. The course meets three hours per week. Registration requires permission of the ALNG Director.

     

    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Noncredit for Thanawiyya Amma holders. Sections with odd numbers are for international students and sections with even numbers are for Egyptian degree seeking students.

  
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    ALNG 210/2301 - Intermediate Egyptian Colloquial Arabic (ECA) (3 cr. per semester)



    Prerequisites
    ALNG 1302

    Description
    Concentrates on developing the students’ listening and speaking skills in daily life situations through activities and presentations as well as introducing cultural connotations. The course meets five hours per week. Registration requires permission of the ALNG Director.

    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    This course is only for international students non-native speakers of Arabic.
  
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    ALNG 211-212/2501-2502 - Accelerated Intermediate Modern Standard Arabic (6 cr. each per semester)



    Prerequisites
    ALNG 2101 or placement examination.

    Description
    Increase the command of grammatical and syntactical structures of modern standard Arabic through reading materials; develop reading and writing skills and comprehension. Critical examination of social and cultural dimensions of reading materials. ALNG 2501 covers material of ALNG 2102-2103 , while ALNG 2502 covers the materials of   . Two-semester sequence. Registration requires permission of the ALNG Director. Each course meets ten hours per week.

    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    These two courses are only for international students.
  
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    ALNG 299/2991 - Selected Topics (3 cr. per semester)



    Description
    Study of selected topics for intermediate students. The course meets five hours per week. Registration requires permission of the ALNG Director.

    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    May be repeated for credit if content changes. Noncredit for Thanawiyya Amma holders.Sections with odd numbers are for international students and sections with even numbers are for Egyptian degree seeking students.
  
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    ALNG 301-302/3101-3102 - Advanced Modern Standard Arabic I (3 cr. each per semester)



    Prerequisites
    ALNG 2105

    Description
    Further develops reading, writing, listening and speaking of Modern Standard Arabic. Prepares advanced non-native speakers for upper-division or graduate-level work in the Arabic language.Two-semester sequence. Each course meets five hours per week. Registration requires permission of the ALNG Director.

    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring
    Notes
    These two courses are only for international students
     
  
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    ALNG 303-304/3103-3104 - Advanced Modern Standard Arabic II (3 cr. each per semester)



    Prerequisites
    ALNG 3102  or ALNG 3501.

    Description
    Further develops reading, writing, listening and speaking of Modern Standard Arabic. Prepares advanced non-native speakers for upper-division or graduate-level work in the Arabic language.Two-semester sequence. Each course meets five hours per week. Registration requires permission of the ALNG Director.

    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    These two courses are only for international students
  
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    ALNG 305/3105 - Independent Study (3 cr. per semester)



    Prerequisites
    Any 2000 level Arabic language course.

    Description
    Independent study in various aspects of MSA may be assigned to special groups in different majors. Students study the Arabic language related to their fields of study, such as politics, economics, literature. The course meets five hours per week. Registration requires permission of the ALNG Director.

    When Offered
    Offered upon request.
    Notes
    Non-credit for Thanawiyya Amma holders.
  
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    ALNG 306/3131 - Advanced Arabic of the News Media (3 cr. per semester)



    Prerequisites
    ALNG 2131  or placement examination

    Description
    Introduces more complex and analytical articles and editorials from the Arabic press and trains students to take notes while listening to broadcasts. Expands students’ range of vocabulary and develops their ability to listen to lengthier passages. The course meets three hours per week. Registration requires permission of the ALNG Director.

    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    This is a three-credit elective course. Sections with odd numbers are for international students and sections with even numbers are for Egyptian degree seeking students.
  
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    ALNG 000/3327 - Egyptian culture on Film (3 cr.)



    Prerequisites
    Good command of Arabic: native speakers of Arabic, heritage students, and/or native-like (must be at the level of ACTFL Advanced High).

    Description
    The main aim of this course is to introduce to native and native-like speakers of Arabic the features of cultural change as reflected in Egyptian film over time. It focuses on the prominent features of change of cultural phenomena and social mobility over time through Egyptian film. Also, through observations and profound analysis, this course aims to highlight and raise awareness of cultural attitude to enhance learners’ ability to view a wide scale of cultural differences, intercultural communicative competence, cross-culture communication, and transcultural communication in reading, writing, speaking, and listening.

  
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    ALNG 311-312/3501-3502 - Accelerated Advanced Modern Standard Arabic (6 cr. each per semester)



    Description
    The courses aim at preparing advanced, non-native speaking students for upper-division or graduate-level work in the Arabic language. ALNG 3501 covers material of ALNG 3101-3102  , while ALNG 3502 covers the materials of ALNG 3103-3104 . Two-semester sequence. Each course meets ten hours per week. Registration requires permission of the ALNG Director.

    When Offered
    Offered in fall and/or spring.
    Notes
    These two courses are only for international students
     
  
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    ALNG 000/3912 - Learning Arabic through Community Engagement (3 cr.)



    Prerequisites
    Native Speakers of Arabic who are: Thanawyia Amma holders or exempted from Arabic language courses or at Advanced level of Arabic language.

    Description
    This Community Based Learning (CBL) course has been done in discussion with ACE, specifically late Dr Pandeli. This course aims to improve students’ writing, reading, listening, and presentation skills in Arabic through taking part in a community based learning project. The course helps students develop a sense of social responsibility and civic engagement by immersing them in real life problems of people in need on and off campus. Moreover, it promotes students’ critical thinking and problem-solving skills. It also increases students’ leadership and communication skills such as interpersonal (conversing with community groups), interpretive (reading research), and presentation skills (presenting research done). The course requires students to come up with out of the box practical solutions to the problems of real cases from the Employee Emergency Relief fund and community service clubs on campus. Students are asked to submit reflection papers, give several presentations, in addition to a final project. To this end, students will be introduced to the linguistic tools necessary to express their ideas in written and spoken Arabic. Authentic materials which enhance students’ different Arabic language skills will be introduced in class and in the form of assignments. Moreover, authentic reading and listening materials on community engagement, NGOs, philanthropists, fundraising, and marketing through social media will be provided. This course will be offered to Arabic native speakers in Fall and Spring semesters.

  
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    ALNG 399/3991 - Selected Topics (3 cr. per semester)



    Description
    Study of selected topics for advanced students. The course meets three hours per week. Registration requires the permission of ALNG Director.

     

     

    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    May be repeated for credit if content changes. It is a three-credit elective course. Sections with odd numbers are for international students and sections with even numbers are for Egyptian degree seeking students.
     

  
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    ALNG 000/3993 - Introduction to Arabic for Career Purposes 3 cr.



    Prerequisites
    Students should be holding Thanaweya Amma certificate or advanced level Arabic.

    Also, registration requires the department approval.

    Description
    This course helps to improve students’ Arabic linguistic skills (both oral and written) with regards to communicating in formal professional Arabic language, in different business contexts and for various career purposes. Topics covered in this course are: the five oral levels of the Arabic language, writing C.V., covering letters, reports, e-mails, meeting agenda and minutes, critiques, appraisals, recommendation letters, carrying out presentations, debates, business meeting, interviews It is offered as an advanced elective course for students.

  
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    ALNG 415/4221 - Arabic Morphology (Sarf) and Prosody (‘Arud) (3 cr.)



    Description
    Examination of the basic features of Arabic morphology (sarf) and prosody (‘arud) with particular reference to the treatment of the subjects by Arab grammarians. Reference is also made to the system of terminology adopted for the subject by Western scholars.

    When Offered
    Offered occasionally.
    Notes
    The language of instruction is Arabic.
  
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    ALNG 413-414/4231-4232 - Arabic Syntax (Nahw) (3 cr. per semester)



    Description
    Examination of the basic features of Arabic syntax (nahw) with particular reference to the treatment of the subject by Arab grammarians. Reference is also made to the system of terminology adopted for the study of Arabic syntax by Western scholars. The language of instruction is Arabic.

    When Offered
    413Offered in fall, 414Offered in spring.
  
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    ALNG 425/4281 - Linguistics of Arabic (3 cr.)



    Description
    Development of the linguistic structure of Arabic and the Arabic of the early Islamic era as described by the early Arab philologists.

    When Offered
    Offered in alternate years.
  
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    ALNG 426/4291 - The Phonetics of Arabic (3 cr.)



    Description
    Phonetics of classical Arabic as it is spoken in Egypt; reference to the phonetics of both Egyptian colloquial Arabic and the Arabic of the early Islamic era as described by the early Arab phoneticians.

    When Offered
    Offered in fall.
  
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    ALWT 000/3919 - El Ard Bititkallim ‘Arabi; Know Thy World in Arabic (3 cr.)



    Prerequisites
    Thanawiyya Amma, or ALNG 2101-2102-2103 , or scoring at the advanced level in the ALI placement exam.

    Description
    This course develops students’ skills in Modern Standard Arabic, the language of their direct community, by raising their bilingual awareness across it and English, the language of their university education.  Through readings in both English and Arabic, drawn from each class’s different mix of academic majors, together with targeted translation activities, it trains students to express in sound Arabic the academic knowledge base they are building in their respective fields.  As students’ mastery of their native language is thus enhanced, their connection to it is deepened, together with their sense of personal and cultural identity, and their commitment to engagement with their wider Arabic speaking community. 

    Hours
    This course meets 3 hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered in Spring.

Arabic Language Intensive

  
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    ALIN 101-102-103-104/1101-1102-1103-1104 - Elementary Modern Standard Arabic (3 cr. each)



    Description
    Develops a fundamental working knowledge of the language through interactive exercises and drills within a framework of the essentials of syntax and morphology. Six credits are taken simultaneously in a two semester sequence.

    Hours
    Each course meets five hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.
  
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    ALIN 105-106/1151-1152 - Elementary Listening and Speaking (2-3 cr. each)



    Description
    Develops students’ ability to listen and understand Modern Standard Arabic.

    Hours
    Each course meets three or five hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.
  
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    ALIN 205-206/1231-1232 - Intermediate Grammar (2-3 cr. each)



    Description
    Examines the basic features of Arabic grammar with particular attention to the system of i’rab. Reference is also made to the Western system of grammatical terminology.

    Hours
    Each course meets three or five hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.
  
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    ALIN 201-202-203-204/2101-2102-2103-2104 - Intermediate Modern Standard Arabic (3 cr. each)



    Description
    Emphasizes the acquisition of vocabulary and increases the command of grammatical and syntactical structures. Further develops reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills. Two semester sequence.

    Hours
    Each course meets five hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Any two consecutive can be taken simultaneously. Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.
  
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    ALIN 207-208/2141-2142 - Intermediate Spoken Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) (2-3 cr. each)



    Description
    Uses selected written material to prepare students to engage in discussions in Modern Standard Arabic.

    Hours
    Each course meets three or five hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.
  
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    ALIN 209-210/2151-2152 - Intermediate Listening and Speaking (2-3 cr. each)



    Description
    Develops students’ listening skills while expanding their vocabulary in wide range topics and increases their ability to speak and comprehend details by using selected authentic video and audio tapes.

    Hours
    Each course meets three or five hours per week
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.
  
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    ALIN 261/2221 - Applied Morphology (2-3 cr. each)



    Prerequisites
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. Entry into all intermediate courses presupposes that the student is of intermediate standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Placement is determined by written exam for incoming students and if necessary for continuing students.

    Description
    Explore the morphological framework of the language in detail. A wide variety of drills introduces students to the root and patter system of the language and helps then navigate it more effectively. Targets phonology to highlights the intrinsic link between pattern and meaning, thus improving oral/aural skills. Devotes considerable attention to the derived verb system, addressing such essential concepts as transitivity.
     

    Hours
    Each course meets three or five hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered occasionally.
  
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    ALIN 281-282/2241-2242 - Political Texts (2-3 cr. each)



    Hours
    Each course meets three or five hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Acquaints students with the terminology and style of selected political texts. Covers elections, the party system, public policy, etc.
  
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    ALIN 301-302/3101-3102 - Advanced Modern Standard Arabic (3 cr. each)



    Description
    Through the reading and analysis of selected texts, the course exposes students to a wide range of vocabulary, idiom, and style, while reviewing the major topics of grammar.

    Hours
    Each course meets five hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.
  
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    ALIN 307-308/3141-3142 - Advanced Spoken Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) (2-3 cr. each)



    Description
    Further develops students’ ability to communicate orally in Modern Standard Arabic. Students present lectures, followed by question and answer sessions, and engage in debates and discussions.

    Hours
    Each course meets three or five hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.
  
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    ALIN 309-310/3151-3152 - Advanced Listening and Speaking (2-3 cr. each)



    Prerequisites
       or consent of instructor.

    Description
    Further develops students’ listening and speaking skills by using selected authentic video and audio tapes, thus trains students to comprehend, communicate and discuss material in Modern Standard Arabic

    Hours
    Each course meets three or five hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.
  
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    ALIN 305-306/3231-3232 - Advanced Arabic Grammar (2-3 cr. each)



    Description
    Examines the complexities of Arabic grammar through textual analysis.

    Hours
    Each course meets three or five hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.
  
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    ALIN 381-382/3241-3242 - Political Texts (3 cr. each)



    Description
    An issue-oriented course which explores the writings of modern political scientists.

    Hours
    Each course meets three hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.

Arabic Language Intensive - Colloquial Arabic

  
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    ALIN 111-112-113/1301-1302-1303 - Elementary Colloquial Arabic (3-4 cr. each)



    Description
    Introduces students to the spoken Arabic of Cairo. Concentrates on enabling students to communicate effectively in daily life. Targets high-frequency vocabulary and social situations and emphasizes pronunciation.

    Hours
    Each course meets five or seven hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.
  
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    ALIN 211-212/2301-2302 - Intermediate Colloquial Arabic (3-4 cr. each)



    Description
    Concentrates on increasing student’s vocabulary and command of syntax, with a higher level of fluency. Enables students to communicate with native speakers in a wide variety of social situations.

    Hours
    Each course meets five or seven hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.
  
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    ALIN 311-312/3301-3302 - Advanced Colloquial Arabic (3-4 cr. each)



    Description
    Develops students’ ability to express themselves more precisely and fluently. Uses authentic material, whether recorded or written, to encourage discussion.

    Hours
    Each course meets five or seven hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.

Arabic Language Intensive - Egyptian Culture

  
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    ALIN 284/2411 - Introduction to Egyptian Culture - Intermediate (2-3 cr.)



    Prerequisites
    Prerequisite: Intermediate level in Arabic or consent of program director.

    Description
    Develops language through further understanding of culture. Introduces different aspects of Egyptian culture, with emphasis on customs, traditions, family, the role of religion in society, women and social strata. Medium of instruction is combination of both intermediate Modern Standard and Egyptian Spoken Arabic. Uses authentic material whether recorded or written to encourage discussion.

    Hours
    Class meets 3 or 5 hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
  
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    ALIN 384/3411 - Introduction to Egyptian Culture - Advanced (2-3 cr.)



    Prerequisites
    Prerequisite: Advanced level in Arabic or consent of program director.

    Description
    Further develops language to meet the advanced level of Arabic language students through further understanding of culture. Introduces different aspects of Egyptian culture, emphasis on customs, traditions, family structure, the role of religion in society, women and social strata. Medium of instruction is combination of both advanced Modern Standard and Egyptian Spoken Arabic. Uses authentic material whether recorded or written to encourage discussion.

    Hours
    Class meets 3 or 5 hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.

Arabic Language Intensive - Literature

  
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    ALIN 252/2251 - Readings in Modern Arabic Literature (2-3 cr.)



    Description
    The course introduces students to a variety of prose and poetry selected from works of significant modern and/or contemporary Arab authors. Focuses on expanding students’ vocabulary and strengthening their command of syntax.

    Hours
    Course meets three or five hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.
  
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    ALIN 352/3251 - Readings in Modern Arabic Literature (3 cr.)



    Description
    The course acquaints students with a selection of prose and poetry including at least one novel, by prominent authors from several Arab countries. Sheds light on the socio-cultural backdrop of the works discussed. Both intensive and extensive reading strategies are developed and students demonstrate their comprehensive of the texts and their ability to analyze them through discussion and lengthy writing assignments.

    Hours
    Course meets three hours per week
    When Offered
    Offered in spring.
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.
  
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    ALIN 353-354/3252-3253 - Readings in the Modern Arabic Novel (3 cr. each)



    Description
    Introduces students to the genre through the reading of some representative novels or plays written by well known Arab writers.

    Hours
    Each course meets three hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered occasionally.
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.

Arabic Language Intensive - Media Arabic

  
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    ALIN 131-132/1131-1132 - Elementary Printed Media (2-3 cr. each)



    Prerequisites
    ALIN 1131

    Description
    Introduces students to the basic format of the Egyptian newspaper and acquaints them with the vocabulary and syntax of the Arabic press through the reading of simple news items.

    Hours
    Each course meets three or five hours per week
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.
  
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    ALIN 133-134/1133-1134 - Elementary Aural Media (2-3 cr. each)



    Prerequisites
    ALIN 131

    Description
    Exposes students with some background in printed media to broadcast news media. Drills students in vocabulary and syntax and helps them develop strategies for listening comprehension.

    Hours
    Each course meets three or five hours per week
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.
  
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    ALIN 231-232/2131-2132 - Intermediate Printed and Aural Media (3 cr.)



    Description
    Exposes students to a wider range of topics selected from the Arabic press. Emphasizes vocabulary and idiom acquisition, and begins to develop students’ ability to read for speed. Further develops students’ listening skills while expanding their vocabulary, especially in the areas of politics and economics. Increases their ability to comprehend details.

    Hours
    Each course meets five hours per week
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.
  
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    ALIN 331-332/3131-3132 - Advanced Printed and Aural Media (3 cr.)



    Description
    Introduces more complex and analytical articles and editorials from the Arabic press. Further develops students’ ability to skim.  Trains students to take notes while listening to broadcasts. Expands their range of vocabulary and develops their ability to listen to lengthier passages.

    Hours
    Five hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.

Arabic Language Intensive - Reading the Qur’an

  
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    ALIN 171-172/1211-1212 - Readings in the Qur’an (2-4 cr. each)



    Description
    Introduces students to the Qur’an, its structure, and a selection of its simpler verses. Addresses basic grammatical issues, while focusing on comprehension, oral repetition, and correct reading..

    Hours
    Each course meets three to seven hours per week
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.
  
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    ALIN 271-272/2211-2212 - Readings in the Qur’an (2-3 cr. each)



    Description
    Introduces a wide selection of verses, thoroughly addressing grammatical and syntactical issues. Trains students to recite with great precision.

    Hours
    Each course meets three or five hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.
  
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    ALIN 371-372/3211-3212 - Qur’anic Studies (3 cr. each)



    Description
    Permits an in-depth reading and discussion of Qur’anic passages in addition to the tafsir of some verses. Addresses finer grammatical and syntactical issues as necessary, and refines students’ reading and recitation.

    Hours
    Each course meets three hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered occasionally.
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.

Arabic Language Intensive - Supervised Readings

  
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    ALIN 191-192/1991-1992 - Selected Topics (1-4 cr. each)



    Prerequisites
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.

    Description
    Study of a selected topic according to the students’ level and interests.

    Hours
    Two to seven hours per week
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Repeatable
    May be repeated for credit when content changes
  
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    ALIN 291-292/2991-2992 - Selected Topics (1-4 cr. each)



    Prerequisites
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.

    Description
    Study of a selected topic according to the students’ level and interests.

    Hours
    Two to seven hours per week
    When Offered
    Offered in fall, winter and spring
    Repeatable
    May be repeated for credit when content changes
  
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    ALIN 391-392/3991-3992 - Selected Topics (1-4 cr. each)



    Prerequisites
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.

    Description
    Study of a selected topic according to the students’ level and interests.

    Hours
    Two to seven hours per week
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Repeatable
    May be repeated for credit when content changes

Arabic Language Intensive - Translation

  
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    ALIN 241-242/2201-2202 - Intermediate Translation (2-3 cr. each)



    Description
    Translation close reading and analysis of Arabic texts covering a wide range of topics, the course employs translation into English as a means to enhance students’ knowledge of Arabic vocabulary, idiomatic expressions and complex structures. Translation from English into Arabic is used to train students to produce coherent and correct Arabic texts. Issues and techniques related to the practice of translation are dealt with, but the primary focus is on Arabic language learning

    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.
  
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    ALIN 341-342/3201-3202 - Advanced Translation (2-3 cr. each)



    Description
    Focus is more on problems and issues of translation where students are expected to produce coherent, culturally sensitive texts in both languages. Length and level of complexity of source language texts are increased.

    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.

Arabic Language Intensive - Writing Arabic

  
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    ALIN 121-122/1111-1112 - Elementary Writing (2-3 cr. each)



    Description
    Develops basic writing skills useful in daily life. Trains students to summarize short informative passages and complete practical tasks such as filling out forms, writing messages, telegrams, invitations, etc.

    Hours
    Each course meets three or five hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.
  
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    ALIN 221-222/2111-2112 - Intermediate Writing (2-3 cr. each)



    Description
    .Develops students’ ability to meet short practical writing needs. Trains students to summarize informative and narrative passages, gradually introducing more complex structures..

    Hours
    Each course meets three or five hours per week
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.
  
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    ALIN 225-226/2121-2122 - Intermediate Reading and Writing (3 cr. each)



    Description
    Develops reading and writing by integrating the two skills in one course and introducing a wide variety of modern Arabic texts to be used for reading and a basis for writing assignments. The course develops the students’ reading comprehension, vocabulary acquisition and acquaints them with the style of the Arabic essay. It prepares the student for the more sophisticated course in advanced reading and writing.

    Hours
    Each course meets five hours per week
    When Offered
    Offered in Fall and Spring.
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.
  
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    ALIN 321-322/3111-3112 - Advanced Writing (2-3 cr. each)



    Description
    Equips students to write at greater length using a variety of techniques, including description, comparison, contrast, argumentation, etc. Refines students’ ability to write cohesive summaries.

    Hours
    Each course meets three or five hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.
  
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    ALIN 325-326/3121-3122 - Advanced Reading and Writing (3 cr. each)



    Prerequisites
       or consent of instructor.

    Description
    Further develops reading and writing by integrating the two skills in one course and exposing the students to a wide variety of modern Arabic texts focusing on the different stylistic devices. Emphasis on analytic reading and essay writing.

    Hours
    Each course meets five hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered in fall and spring.
    Notes
    Prerequisites are not listed for every course. However, entry into all intermediate and advanced presupposes that the student is of intermediate or advanced standing. The instructor’s permission may also be required. Standing will be determined by written and/or oral placement tests for incoming students and sometimes for continuing students.

Arabic Language Intensive Summer

  
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    ALIS 101-102-103-104/1101-1102-1103-1104 - Elementary Modern Standard Arabic (2-3 cr. each)



    Description
    Develops a fundamental working knowledge of the language through interactive exercises and drills within a framework of the essentials of syntax and morphology. Each course meets  7 or 10 hours in summer.

  
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    ALIS 121-122/1111-1112 - Elementary Writing (1-3 cr. each)



    Description
    Develops basic writing skills useful in daily life. Trains students to summarize short informative passages and complete practical tasks such as filling out forms, writing messages, invitations, etc. Each course meets three or five hours per week. 

  
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    ALIS 131-132/1131-1132 - Elementary Printed Media (1-3 cr. each)



    Description
     Introduces students to the basic format of the Egyptian newspaper and acquaints them with the vocabulary and syntax of the Arabic press through the reading of simple news items. Each course meets three or five hours per week.

  
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    ALIS 171-172/1211-1212 - Readings in the Qur’an (1 cr. each)



    Description
    Introduces students to the Qur’an, its structure, and a selection of its simpler verses. Addresses basic grammatical issues, while focusing on comprehension, oral repetition, and correct reading. Each course meets three hours per week.

  
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    ALIS 111-112-113/1301-1302-1303 - Elementary Colloquial Arabic (2-4 cr. each)



    Description
    Introduces students to the spoken Arabic of Cairo. Concentrates on enabling students to communicate effectively in daily life. Targets high-frequency vocabulary and social situations and emphasizes pronunciation. Each course meets seven hours per week.

  
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    ALIS 191-192/1991-1992 - Supervised Studies (1-4 cr. each)



    Description
    Study of a selected topic according to the students’ level and interests.
     

    Hours
    Each course meets two to seven hours per week.
    When Offered
    Offered in summer.
    Repeatable
    May be repeated for credit when content changes.
  
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    ALIS 201-202-203-204/2101-2102-2103-2104 - Intermediate Modern Standard Arabic (2-3 cr. each)



    Description
    Emphasis the acquisition of vocabulary and increases the command of grammatical and syntactical structures. Further develops reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. Any two consecutive courses can be taken simultaneously. Each course meets 7 or 10 hours in summer.

  
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    ALIS 221-222/2111-2112 - Intermediate Writing (1-3 cr. each)



    Description
    Develops students’ ability to meet short practical writing needs. Trains students to summarize informative and narrative passages, gradually introducing more complex structures. Each course meets three or five hours per week .

  
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    ALIS 231-232/2131-2132 - Intermediate Printed Media (1-3 cr. each)



    Description
    Exposes students to a wider range of topics selected from the Arabic press. Emphasizes vocabulary and idiom acquisition, and begins to develop students’ ability to read for speed. Each course meets three or five hours per week.

  
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    ALIS 233-234/2133-2134 - Intermediate Aural Media (1-3 cr. each)



    Description
    Further develops students’ listening skills while expanding their vocabulary, especially in the areas of politics and economics. Increases their ability to comprehend details. Each course meets three or five hours per week.

  
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    ALIS 241-242/2201-2202 - Intermediate Translation (1 cr. each)



    Description
    Translation of close reading and analysis of Arabic texts covering a wide range of topics. The course employs translation into English as a means to enhance students' knowledge of Arabic vocabulary, idiomatic expressions and complex structures. Translation from English into Arabic is used to train students to produce coherent and correct Arabic texts. Issues and techniques related to the practice of translation are dealt with, but the primary focus is on Arabic language learning

  
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    ALIS 271-272/2211-2212 - Readings in the Qur’an (1-3 cr. each)



    Description
    Introduces a wide selection of verses, thoroughly addressing grammatical and syntactical issues. Trains students to recite with great precision. Each course meets three or five hours per week.

  
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    ALIS 252/2251 - Readings in Modern Arabic Literature (1 cr.)



    Description
    Selections from a variety of prose writings. Course meets three hours per week.

  
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    ALIS 211-212/2301-2302 - Intermediate Colloquial Arabic (2-4 cr. each)



    Description
    Concentrates on increasing student’s  vocabulary and command of syntax, with a higher level of fluency. Enables students to communicate with native speakers in a wide variety of social situations. Each course meets five or seven hours per week.

  
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    ALIS 291-292/2991-2992 - Supervised Studies (1-4 cr. each)



    Description
    Study of a selected topic according to the students’ level and interests.

    Hours
    Each course meets two to seven hours per week
    When Offered
    Offered in summer.
    Repeatable
    May be repeated for credit when content changes.
  
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    ALIS 301-302/3101-3102 - Advanced Modern Standard Arabic (2-3 cr. each)



    Description
    Through the reading and analysis of selected texts, the course exposes students to a wide range of vocabulary, idiom, and style, while reviewing the major topics of grammar. Each course meets  7 or 10 hours in summer.

  
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    ALIS 321-322/3111-3112 - Advanced Writing (1-3 cr. each)



    Description
     Equips students to write at greater length using a variety of techniques, including description, comparison, contrast, argumentation, etc. Refines students’ ability to write cohesive summaries. Each course meets three or five hours per week.

  
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    ALIS 331-332/3131-3132 - Advanced Printed Media (1-3 cr. each)



    Description
    Introduces more complex and analytical articles and editorials from the Arabic press. Further develops students’ ability to skim. Each course meets three or five hours per week.

  
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    ALIS 333-334/3133-3134 - Advanced Aural Media (1-3 cr. each)



    Description
    Trains students to take notes while listening to broadcasts. Expands their range of vocabulary and develops their ability to listen to lengthier passages. Each course meets three or five hours per week.

  
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    ALIS 341-342/3201-3202 - Advanced Translation (1 cr. each)



    Description
    Focus in this course is more on problems and issues of translation. Students are expected to produce coherent, culturally sensitive texts in both languages. Graded authentic texts are used.

 

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