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U 101 Elementary Modern Standard Arabic 5 cr.

Offered autumn. Active skills in elementary modern standard Arabic: listening, speaking, reading, and writing, plus basic cultural study.

U 102 Elementary Modern Standard Arabic 5 cr.

Offered spring. Continuation of ARAB 101. Active skills in elementary modern standard Arabic: listening, speaking, reading, and writing, plus basic cultural study.

U 191 Special Topics Variable cr.

(R–6) Offered intermittently. Experimental offerings of visiting professors, experimental offerings of new courses, or one–time offerings of current topics.

U 201 Intermediate Modern Standard Arabic I 4 cr.

Offered autumn. Prereq., ARAB 102 or equiv. Expansion of active skills: Listening, speaking, reading, writing, plus further cultural analysis.

U 202 Intermediate Modern Standard Arabic II 4 cr.

Offered spring. Prereq., ARAB 201 or equiv. Continuation of ARAB 201.

U 291 Special Topics Variable cr.

(R–8) Offered intermittently. Experimental offerings of visiting professors, experimental offerings of new courses, or one–time offerings of current topics.

U 292 Independent Study Variable cr. (R–6)

Offered autumn and spring. (Arrange with instructor.)

U 301 Advanced Modern Standard Arabic I 3 cr.

Offered autumn. Prereq., ARAB 202 or equiv. Improves and builds upon oral and written expression in modern standard Arabic and accelerates the use of vocabulary and the Arabic root system.

U 302 Advanced Modern Standard Arabic II 3 cr.

Offered spring. Prereq., ARAB 301 or equiv. Continuation of ARAB 301.

U 305 The Arab World 3 cr.

Offered autumn. The Arab world: its history, peoples, languages, geography, cutltures, religions, etc. No previous knowledge of Arabic is required.

U 307 Model Arab League Delegates 3 cr.

Offered spring. Students explore the Arabic Speaking countries, from North Africa, the Middle East and the Peninsula through discussions of political, economic, environmental, and social issues affecting the progress of the Arab world and its development.

U 317 Model Arab League Staff 3 cr.

Offered spring. As staff members students will solidify their knowledge of the history, cultures, issues, and politics of the Middle East, as well as parliamentary procedures to a level which enables them to effectively assess, lead, and guide discussion related to their assigned countries and committee topics towards positive ends.

U 391 Special Topics Variable cr. (R–9)

Offered intermittently. Experimental offerings of visiting professors, experimental offerings of new courses, or one–time offerings of current topics.

U 392 Independent Study Variable cr. (R–6)

Offered autumn and spring. (Arrange with instructor.)

Dr. Khaled Huthaily

Assistant Professor & Head

431 LA - MCLL

Tel: (406) 243-6602

khaled.huthaily@umontana.edu