Arabic fluency is in high demand. Studying Arabic offers advantages in a wide range of careers, including business, politics, and religion.

Why study Arabic at Sewanee?

Arabic is a vital language of the 21st century. At Sewanee, students have the opportunity to immerse themselves in all aspects of language-study: reading, writing, speaking and listening as well as learning about the rich and varied cultures represented by Arabic-speaking peoples. 

A Sampling of Courses

Contact

Leyla K. King
Visiting Instructor of International and Global Studies

lkking@sewanee.edu

Gailor 226, Ext. 1350

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