The Arabic Studies minor introduces students to the cultures, histories, and languages of the Arab countries, and to cross-cultural comparisons between the United States and the Arab world. Students can earn the minor by successfully completing at least 15 related credit hours.
|LAR 101||Arabic I||3|
|LAR 102||Arabic II||3|
|LAR 201||Arabic III||3|
|Upper-level HU/SS *||6|
6 credits, any approved courses related to the Arab world such as HU 323, SS 336 or other courses approved by the program coordinator.
Credit-hour requirements for minors in various disciplines have a minimum of 15 hours and are outlined in the catalog. At least 6 hours must be fulfilled at the upper level. In addition, at least 6 hours of course work applied to a minor must be completed at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, of which at least 3 hours completed in residence must be at the upper level. No more than two substitutions (6 hours) are permitted in any minor.