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More than 400 million people speak Arabic. Understand Arab culture and Islam better by studying the language.
Which Arabic language course should I take?
Students with no background in the language may enroll themselves into the relevant introductory course.
Students who have some background in Arabic should contact the course instructor for a placement interview if they are enrolling in an Arabic course for the first time.
Students who have transferred from a college or a university and took Italian in their prior institution should take the next level course.
* We reserve the right to move students to more proficiency-appropriate courses or to unenroll students when there is no appropriate course for them.
Students who are unsure about their level or background in Arabic should attend a placement interview before they register for courses. Contact the undergraduate advisor (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the Arabic instructor (email@example.com) to arrange.
Students are expected to provide true information about their language background and language learning experiences to the best of their knowledge. Concealing your knowledge of the language and/or providing false information are considered academic dishonesty and can be recorded on the your academic record. For more information, read SFU's academic integrity page.
Arabic courses - Spring 2021
ARAB 100 - Introduction to Arabic I
|ARAB 100 D100||
10:30 AM – 12:20 PM
REMOTE LEARNING, Burnaby
Even more Arabic courses
Interested in knowing what other Arabic courses you can take in future semesters? See our full course offering on SFU's Student Services website.