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Language Courses

Summer Arabic in Jordan

The Summer Intensive Arabic Program in Amman, Jordan offers Modern Standard Arabic in two 4-week sessions.

Classes meet 5 hours per day, 5 days per week. Each student will receive 80 hours of instruction in Modern Standard Arabic in each session, covering the material usually covered in one semester on a U.S. campus. In addition, students receive 20 hours of instruction per session in Jordanian Arabic.

To view course descriptions for any of the Arabic courses listed below, please visit this page: AMIDEAST Course Catalog.

Modern Standard Arabic

  • Modern Standard Arabic I (Arabic 101; 5 credits)*
  • Modern Standard Arabic II (Arabic 102; 5 credits)
  • Modern Standard Arabic III (Arabic 201; 5 credits)
  • Modern Standard Arabic IV (Arabic 202; 5 credits)
  • Modern Standard Arabic V (Arabic 301; 5 credits)
  • Modern Standard Arabic VI (Arabic 302; 5 credits)
  • Directed Studies in Arabic (Arabic 401; 5 credits)

For more information about Modern Standard Arabic with AMIDEAST, please visit the following page: Modern Standard Arabic Overview

Colloquial Jordanian Arabic

  • Summer Colloquial Jordanian Arabic IA (Arabic 130; 1 credit; co-requisites: ARAB 101, 102)
  • Summer Colloquial Jordanian Arabic IB (Arabic 170; 1 credit; co-requisites: ARAB 201, 202)
  • Summer Colloquial Jordanian Arabic IC (Arabic 180; 1 credit; co-requisites: ARAB 301, 302, 401)
  • Summer Colloquial Jordanian Arabic IIA (Arabic 230; 1 credit; co-requisites: ARAB 102, 201)
  • Summer Colloquial Jordanian Arabic IIB (Arabic 270; 1 credit; co-requisites: ARAB 202, 301, 302, 401)
  • Summer Colloquial Jordanian Arabic III (Arabic 330; 1 credit; co-requisites: ARAB 201, 202, 301, 302, 401)

Colloquial Arabic Progression Table:

For more information about Colloquial Arabic with AMIDEAST, please visit the following page: Colloquial Arabic Overview

For more general information about Arabic with AMIDEAST, please visit the following page: Arabic Language and Culture Overview or Arabic with AMIDEAST FAQ