Courses in Arabic that Qualify for the Miami Plan

Arabic Astronomy Text Arabic Astronomy Text
 Bustan coastline  Bustan coastline
 Pyramids at Giza  Pyramids at Giza
View of Hammamet View of Hammamet
 Hadrian's Gate at Jerash  Hadrian's Gate at Jerash
 Mecca during the Hajj  Mecca during the Hajj
 The Ruins of Petra  The Ruins of Petra
 Rabat Street Scene  Rabat Street Scene
 Sahara Camel Train  Sahara Camel Train
 Arab Men Share Tea and Dates  Arab Men Share Tea and Dates

CAS-A Requirement

ARB 101 - Beginning Standard Arabic I (4)
ARB 102 - Beginning Standard Arabic II (4)
ARB 201 - Intermediate Arabic I (3)
ARB 202 - Intermediate Arabic II (3)

Thematic Sequence

The Arabic minor counts as a thematic sequence.

ARB 1:  Developing Language Skills in Arabic

For students who have completed the first two semesters of college-level Arabic language or the equivalent. This sequence develops speaking, listening, reading and writing ability using a variety of materials drawn from textbooks as well as multimedia. The courses are characterized by small sections and in-class and out-of-class interaction. Courses may not be taken credit/no credit and must be taken in order.

ARB 201 - Intermediate Arabic I (3)
ARB 202 - Intermediate Arabic II (3)
ARB 301 - Advanced Arabic (3)