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Study Middle Eastern Languages and Literatures at Rutgers

Your path to studying Middle Eastern languages and literatures at Rutgers could not be clearer. Here is a sample plan to complete the major:

First Year   
Fall    Spring 
013:120  Literary Egypt (HST) 013:201  Crossroads (AHo or AHp)
013:140 Elementary Arabic I 013:141 Elementary Arabic II
Sophomore
Fall Spring
013:221  Literatures of the Middle East (AHo or AHp) 013:241 Intermediate Arabic II (AHq)
013:240  Intermediate Arabic I 013:320 Ottoman Middle East
    013:322 Middle Eastern Folklore and Mythology (AHo or AHp)
Junior
Fall Spring
013:340  Advanced Arabic I 013:229 War and Literature in the Arab World (AHo or AHp)
    013:341 Advanced Arabic II 
Senior
Fall Spring
013:442 Readings in Modern Arabic Literature
013:401 Capstone Seminar in Literature, Culture and Society (WCd)
013:445 Storytelling in the Muslim World (WCd)    

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