Graduate study for non-native speakers of Arabic

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Students applying to a graduate program in Arabic and Near Eastern Languages who do
not hold the equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in Arabic at AUB may be admitted as
prospective graduate students, pending the completion of up to ten undergraduate classes
in the AUB curriculum.
Students whose native language is not Arabic should also submit evidence of their having
attained proficiency in the language such that they are able function in classes taught in
Arabic to native speakers of Arabic, follow the readings in Arabic, and write critical
essays in Arabic. Usually a major in Arabic as a foreign language will not impart such
sufficiency, and such students are encouraged to apply to the graduate program in the
Center for Arab and Middle East Studies (CAMES) at the same time as they are applying
to a graduate program in Arabic and Near Eastern Languages.
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