Middle East

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An asterisk (*) next to the course title indicates an advisor must substitute the course by hand.

Category A Accepted Courses

International Studies-approved courses in social science, humanities or professional courses that deal with a single region of the world of the student’s choice. Additional courses not on this list may be taken if approved by the International Studies Undergraduate Coordinator.

Anthropology:

Classics:

English:

European Studies:

History:

Jewish Studies:

Language Literature/Culture:

Political Science:

Religion:

Women’s Studies:

Category B Accepted Courses

International Studies-approved courses that deal with regions outside the student’s chosen Category A and/or with global issues.

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African Studies:

Agronomy:

Anthropology:

Art and Art History:

Classics:

Economics:

English:

European Studies:

Food & Resource:

Forest Resources & Conservation:

Geography:

Geological Sciences:

Health Education and Behavior:

History:

Interdisciplinary Studies:

Jewish Studies:

Journalism:

Landscape Architecture:

Language Literature/Culture:

 

Latin American Studies:

Management:

Marketing:

Music:

Philosophy:

Political Science:

Public Relations:

Religion:

Sociology:

Sociology & Criminology and Law:

Spanish and Portuguese Studies:

Urban and Regional Planning:

Wildlife Ecology and Conservation:

Women’s Studies:

Written and Oral Communication :

Middle East Languages

Language options described below are for students with no background in the language. If you have a background in the language, consult the appropriate department to determine which courses you need to complete to meet the intermediate-level proficiency requirement.

Arabic

Modern Hebrew

Turkish