Bachelor of Arts in Near Eastern Studies

Whether you're interested in a career in law, economics, government, anthropology, public health, or history, there is a huge demand for people with a deeper knowledge of the Middle East.

Arabic language and culture have a rich artistic, religious and intellectual history, and their impact encompasses modern cultures in the Middle East and North Africa. Today, Arabic is spoken by nearly 300 million people and plays a key role in global geopolitics. It is also an important driver of culture and politics in the Detroit metro area.

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