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Modern Languages & Civilizations

Arabic

Arabic speakers are in great demand. The U.S. State Department has named Arabic a “critical language,” creating scholarships for language study in the U.S. and overseas.   Knowing Arabic gives students a career edge in such fields as diplomacy, intelligence, business, engineering, international development, and academia.  Arabic offers a blend of critical language skills and applicability in over 20 countries with roughly 300 million native speakers. You will develop the skills to live, work, and interact with a more diverse set of countries, allowing you room to shift focus as you progress in your career.

 

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