Minor in Arabic and Islamic Studies
An 18-credit minor in Arabic and Islamic studies is available for those students who wish to combine a study of the Arabic language with courses in Islamic religion and culture.
Why study Arabic? The brochure to the right and this PowerPoint presentation reveal the impact Arabic courses at SBU can have on you.
For more information, contact Fr. Michael Calabria, Arabic and Islamic Studies Lecturer, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Complement Your Major
Pursuing a minor in Arabic and Islamic Studies is a great way to add additional cultural, linguistic, and religious awareness to one’s major. Although students in any major will benefit from a minor in Arabic and Islamic Studies, the following degree programs at SBU may find it particularly useful:
The minor in Arabic and Islamic Studies has many varied and exciting career paths available. Here are just a few fields and types of employers available with a minor in Arabic and Islamic Studies:
- Government: Linguistics, Diplomacy, Civil Service, Foreign Service, Customs, Immigration/Naturalization, Intelligence
- Arts, Media, Entertainment: Advertising, Journalism/Broadcasting, Publishing/Editing, Translation/Interpretation, Public Relations
- Industry and Commerce: Banking/Finance, Sales, Customer Services, Manufacturing, Imports/Exports, Administrative Services
- Travel and Tourism: Airline Services, Management, Translation/Interpretation, Booking and Reservations, Travel Services/Guidance
- Interpretation/Translation: Escort/Guide, Judiciary, Translation, Literature, Localization, Medical
- Service and Education: Teaching, Educational Administration, Civil Service, Social Work, Mission Work, Library Science, Health Services
The minor in Arabic and Islamic Studies consists of 18 credits of courses, which are listed below. To see the description of a particular course, click on its title.
- Required courses:
- One elective drawn from:
To declare a minor, a special form must be filled out and filed with the Records Office by the end of the student's junior year. The appropriate form is available from the student's advisor or from the Office of the Registrar.