Middle Eastern Studies


Middle Eastern Studies

Bachelor of Applied Science
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Bachelor of Music
Bachelor of Music Education
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Science in Education (non-certifiable)
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Bachelor of Social Work

Administration of the program

Courses must be approved by the faculty of the Middle Eastern Studies Committee for inclusion in the minor.

The Middle Eastern Studies Program provides a minor course of study allowing students to concentrate their efforts in the study of the peoples, cultures, history, geography, languages, and religions of the modern Middle East. With the increased emphasis being placed on International Studies, world markets, and diversity awareness, students will be better prepared for careers in international business, public service, human resources, and graduate studies in history, political science, public administration, and religious studies.

  1. Six hours from: HST 370(3), HST 371(3), PLS 544(3).
  2. 12 hours from the following areas, with no more than six hours from any one category:
    1. HST 543(3).
    2. ART 471(3), REL 330(3), REL 350(3), REL 397(3)*.
    3. ARB 101(3), ARB 102(3), ARB 201(3), ARB 202(3), HBW 101(3), HBW 102(3), HBW 201(3), HBW 202(3).
    4. GRY 305(3)*, PLS 546(3), SOC 397(3)*.
      *when applicable