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Arabic Language Programme

BA Level (4 Years)

One of specialties of ICIS is in Arabic Studies. Our pool of highly qualified and experienced lecturers in this field ensures a good quality result.

All subjects offered in each year are compulsory.

The course spans over four academic years each consisting of 42 weeks. Minimum 80% attendance is mandatory

All subjects offered in each year are compulsory The course spans over four academic years each consisting of 42 weeks. Minimum 80% attendance is mandatory.

First year modules

Modules Number of units
1. Pre-Islamic Literature 30
2. Arabic Grammar & Morphology 1 60
3. English language 1 40
4. Islamic Culture 50
5. Linguistics 60
6. Phonetics 40
7. Qur’anic Studies 60
8. Rhetoric 1 40
Total 380

 

Second year modules

Modules Number of units
1. Arabic Grammar & Morphology  2 60
2. Art of Expression 60
3. Criticism 44
4. English Language 2 33
5. Prosody 32
6. Qur’anic Rhetoric 45
7. Rhetoric 2 31
Total 305

 

Third year modules

Modules Number of units
1. Arabic Grammar & Morphology 3 60
2. Abbasi Literature 60
3. Andalosian Arabic 60
4. The Grammar of Quran and Hadith 40
5. Research Methods 33
6. Textual Analysis 40
Total 293

 

Fourth year modules

Modules Number of units
1. Arabic Grammar & Morphology  4 60
2. Comparative Literature 40
3. Modern Arabic Literature 60
4. Modern Literary Criticism 40
5. Studies of Nahj-al-Balagha of Imam Ali 40
6. The Art of the short story 40
7. Dissertation*
Total 280

 

* Final Year Dissertation 
The objective of writing a dissertation in the final year in addition to the term essays, is to enable students to use the methods and mechanisms of writing an academic research and to be qualified for graduation in the last year. At this stage, students will be able to:
• Choose the titles for their graduation dissertation
• Set the outline of the dissertation plan
• Use the right resources for the dissertation
• Collect the required academic materials
• Write the dissertation in a proper and professional way
• Defend the outcome of the dissertation