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Arabic

To determine your appropriate placement in Arabic, answer the following questions:

  • Is Arabic spoken in your home?
    If yes, contact Prof. Martin Sulzer-Reichel for placement.
  • Have you studied Arabic for one year in high school?
    If yes, register for Arabic 101.
  • Have you studied Arabic for two years in high school?
    If yes, register for Arabic 102 and contact Prof. Sulzer-Reichel for final placement. (If your study of Arabic concluded two or more years ago, register for 101 and contact Prof. Sulzer-Reichel.)
  • Have you studied Arabic for three or more years in high school?
    If yes, choose Arabic 201 and contact Dr. Walid Hamarneh for final placement.

A Note on Placement

Students who place beyond Arabic 202 cannot take 100- or 200-level Arabic courses for credit.

Questions about Arabic Placement

If you have questions about your placement in Arabic, contact Prof. Martin Sulzer-Reichel.