The Master’s program in Arabic provides a foundation in both Arabic literature and Arabic linguistics, with Linguistics or Islamic studies as possible minors.
Applicants must have at least three years of Arabic and are expected to enroll in advanced Arabic seminars. Arabic language courses taken to enable students to reach the seminar level do not count towards the degree credits. Advanced proficiency in Arabic is demonstrated through enrolling in advanced Arabic seminars and passing a proficiency test in Arabic administered by the department and testing listening comprehension, speaking, reading and writing.
For more details on the M.A. Arabic program, please see the Degree Requirements.
To apply, please visit the Graduate School admissions website.