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Academic Foundations 003
Africana Studies 014
American Studies 050
Ancient and Medieval Civilizations 060
Anthropology 070
Arabic 074
Art, Design, and Art History 080, 081, 082, 083, 085
Arts & Sciences 090
Asian Studies 098
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Chemistry 160
Chinese 165
Clinical Laboratory Sciences 191
Computer Science 198
Creative Writing 200
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Economics 220
Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources 216
English 350, 352
English: Composition and Writing 355
Environmental Sciences 375
Film Studies 380
French 420
Geoscience/Geology 460
Global Politics 487
Health and Society 502
Health Information Management 504
History 510, 512
Honors 525
Honors Living-Learning Community 526
International Affairs 551
Italian 560
Japanese 565
Journalism 086
Latin 580
Latin American Studies 590
Latina/o Studies 597
Legal Studies 603
Linguistics 615
Mathematics 640
Medical Imaging Sciences 658
Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies 686
Music 087
Neuroscience 112
Peace and Conflict Studies 735
Philosophy 730
Physics 750
Political Science 790
Portuguese and Lusophone World Studies 812
Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Psychology 819
Psychology 830
Social Work 910
Sociology 920
Spanish 940
Theater 088
Translation and Interpreting Studies 942
Urban Education 300
Video Production 089
Women's and Gender Studies 988
Writing 989
Youth Development & Juvenile Justice 985
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  Newark Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2024 School of Arts and Sciences-Newark Academic Programs and Courses Arabic 074  

Arabic 074
For more information about modern language courses currently offered in the School of Arts and Sciences-Newark, visit the Center for Modern Languages.
21:074:101,102 Elementary Arabic I,II (4,4) Development of oral and written proficiency via writing, pronunciation, reading, and grammar.  Classes are offered both online and in the classroom.
For students with no knowledge of Arabic.
21:074:131,132 Intermediate Arabic I,II (4,4) Continued development of oral and written proficiency. Elementary literary material and exposure to the culture. Prerequisites: 21:074:101,102 or equivalent, as determined by a placement examination.
21:074:220,221 Contemporary Arabic Language and Cultures I,II (3,3) Focuses on developing advanced oral and written fluency of modern Arabic through study of the cultures and histories of Middle Eastern nations. The course is taught in both Arabic and English, where emphasis is placed on broadening Arabic vocabulary and grammar; listening and speaking skills; and discerning the cultural context of complex readings and speech among Arabic nations/regions. Prerequisites: 21:074:131, 132 or equivalent, as determined by a placement examination.
21:074:245 Arab Society and Media (3) This course is taught in English and explores social issues that have been central to the transformation of modern Arab societies in the modern period.  Readings and recordings will address major topics such as democracy and development, nationalism, Islam, feminism, and the status of women and socialism.
21:074:301,302 Quranic Arabic I,II (3,3) Students will learn the grammar of classicized Quranic Arabic. All readings will be taken from the text of the Quran and the body of the Hadith, the reports of Prophet Muhammad's sayings, and supplemented with extracts from other classical sources. Prerequisite: By permission of instructor only.
21:074:311,312 Arabic Literature in English Translation I,II (3,3)

Representative works of Arabic literature in translation, including poetry, the novel, the short story, and plays. Emphasis on how new literary trends reflect sociocultural change in the Arab world, including debates over tradition, gender relations, and cultural pluralism. All readings will be in English; no knowledge of Arabic is necessary.
Prerequisites: 21:355:101-102 or equivalent.
21:074:353,354 Independent Study in Arabic I,II (3,3) Prerequisite: By permission of instructor only.
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