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ARAB  1411  Beginning Arabic I

This course, which is designed for students with little or no prior training in the language, focuses on developing the four basic skills of speaking, reading, writing and listening, as well as the study of selected aspects of Arabic civilization.  Instruction is enhanced by the use of audio and video materials.  Lab required.  3 credit hours.  (A)

 

ARAB  1412  Beginning Arabic II

This course is a continuation of ARAB 1411.  It continues the development of the four basic skills of speaking, reading, writing and listening, as well as the study of selected aspects of Arabic civilization.  Instruction is enhanced by the use of audio and video materials.  Lab required.  Prerequisite:  ARAB 1411 or consent of  Associate Dean.  3 credit hours.  (A)

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