MINOR CODE - U140
The minor in Arabic Studies is an interdisciplinary program recognizing students’ successful completion of coursework focusing on the language, culture, history, politics, and economies of the Middle East.
The minor requires successful completion of 15 credit hours, 9 of which must be upper-division (300- and 400-level), and 12 of which must be unique (not counted toward another major or minor). Students must achieve an overall GPA of at least 2.25 in the coursework applied toward the minor. At least six hours must be taken in residence at WVU.
|Select three courses from the following:|
|Arabic Conversation 1|
|Arabic Conversation 2|
|Advanced Arabic Structure|
|Readings in Arabic|
|Literature and Culture||3|
|One course selected from:|
|Modern Arabic Literature|
|Arab Women Writers|
|Three hours selected from:|
|Geography of the Middle East|
|East Africa to 1895|
|Introduction to World Religions|
|History and Practice of Islam|
An additional ARBC course above ARBC 204, excluding those counted toward the 9 hours of core courses above.