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The Middle Eastern Studies Certificate offers students the opportunity to develop an understanding of the cultural, historical, political, and religious factors that have shaped the region through time, and gain insight into the current issues that are of central importance both to the region and the world. Requirements: HIST 181; two courses from the following: ANTH 9, CMLIT 110/JST 131, JST 60/ANTH 60/PLSC 60/SOC 60, PLSC 2, RLST 107; and one course from the following: ANTH 420/JST 420, HIST 473, PLSC 467, INTST 400, HIST 497 (SPECIAL TOPICS related to Middle Eastern Studies).
To earn an undergraduate certificate in MIDDLE EASTERN STUDIES, a minimum of 12 credits is required.
No Prerequisites Required.
Effective Date: Fall Semester 2011
Last Revised by the Department: 11/11/2011