The undergraduate minor in Arabic consists of four courses.

Three courses are language courses beyond ARAB 203 (the first semester of Intermediate Arabic).

The other course must be chosen from among the following:
ARAB 150: Introduction to Arab Culture
ARAB 151: Survey of Arabic Literature
ARAB 321: Visions of Emancipation in Modernist Arab Thought
ARAB 337: Borders and Walls in the Arab World
ARAB 338: Borders and Walls in the Arab World–Experiential
ARAB 350: Women and Leadership in the Arab World
ARAB 407: Readings in Arabic I
ARAB 408: Readings in Arabic II
ARAB 434: Modern Arabic Literature in Translation
ARAB 443: Dissident Voices in Arab Cultures
ARAB 452: Imagining Palestine
ARAB 453: Film, Nation, and Identity in the Arab World
ARAB 462: Global Perspectives on Arab Cultures and Societies
ARAB 468: Modernity and Its Discontents in Arabic Literature and Culture
ARAB 681: Readings in Islamicate Literatures (taught in Arabic)
ARTH/ASIA 154: Introduction to Art and Architecture of Islamic Lands (8th-16th c. CE)
ARTH/ASIA 251: Art and Architecture in the Age of the Caliphs (7th-12th Centuries CE)
ARTH 351: Crusader Art
ARTH/ASIA 458: Islamic Palaces, Gardens, and Court Cultures
ARTH/ASIA 561: Art and Society in Medieval Islamic Spain and North Africa
ASIA 64: First-Year Seminar: Arab World Photography
ASIA 66: First-Year Seminar: The 2011 Revolution through Egyptian Eyes
ASIA 68: First-Year Seminar: Power of Music/Music of Power: Cultural Politics of 20th-Century Arabic Music
ASIA/JWST 357: The Arab-Jews: Culture, Community, and Coexistence
ASIA 435: The Cinemas of the Middle East and North Africa
FREN 617: Framing Identities: Franco-Arab Transvisual Transcultural Contexts
GEOG/ASIA 447: Gender, Space, and Place in the Middle East
GEOG 448: Transnational Geographies of Muslim Societies
HIST/ASIA 138 : Introduction to Islamic Civilization*
HIST/ASIA 139: Later Islamic Civilization and the Modern Muslim World*
HIST/ASIA 275: History of Iraq
HIST/ASIA 276: The Modern Middle East
HIST/ASIA 277: The Conflict over Israel/Palestine
HIST/ASIA 536: Revolution in the Modern Middle East
HIST/ASIA 537:: Women in the Middle East
HIST/ASIA 538: The Middle East and the West*
RELI/ASIA 180: Introduction to Islamic Civilization*
RELI/ASIA 181: Later Islamic Civilization and Modern Muslim Cultures*
RELI 185: Women/Gender/Islam
RELI 480: Modern Muslim Literatures
RELI/ASIA 581: Sufism
RELI/ASIA 582: Islam and Islamic Art in South Asia
RELI/ASIA 584: The Qur’an as Literature
SOCI 419: Sociology of the Islamic World

* A student may not count toward the Arabic minor both of any of the following pairs of courses: ASIA 138 and ASIA 180; ASIA 139 and ASIA 181.

Placement credit (PL) may not be used to meet minor requirements.