Programs

Graduate Programs

The Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures offers the Master of Arts (M.A.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees in the following fields or sub-disciplines: (1) Ancient Near Eastern Civilizations, (2) Arabic, (3) Armenian, (4) Hebrew, (5) Iranian, (6), Semitics, and (7) Turkic.

For each option, concentration may be on the linguistic, the literary, or, in the case of Ancient Near Eastern Civilizations, the archaeological aspect of the field. 

Undergraduate Programs

The department offers the Bachelor of Arts degree in five fields: (1) Ancient Near East & Egyptology, (2) Middle Eastern Studies, (3) Arabic, (4) Iranian Studies, and (5) Jewish Studies.  In each of these fields students must meet the requisites and take the courses prescribed. Their adviser assists in selecting a plan of study developed around their interests.



The Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures offers the following undergraduate minors: Arabic and Islamic Studies, Armenian Studies, Hebrew and Jewish Studies, and Near Eastern Languages andCultures.