Bachelor of Arts in Near East Languages: Arabic
There's a rich artistic, religious and intellectual history to Arabic language and culture, with an impact that encompasses modern cultures in the Middle East and North Africa.
Today, Arabic is spoken by nearly 300 million people. It plays a key role in global communications and international affairs, as well as in the Detroit metro area. Whether you're interested in a career in law, economics, government, anthropology, public health, or history, there is a huge demand for proficient Arabic-speakers.
At Wayne State, you can major in Near Eastern languages or Near Eastern studies.
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