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The Duke Arabic program develops skills in speaking, reading, writing, and listening, from beginning levels through advanced upper levels. Advanced students will explore political, literary, religious, historical, archival, and media sources in their original language.

Students in the Arabic language track are encouraged to supplement classroom learning with international experience, which may include programs that take place in Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and other countries across the region.

Visit the Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Department for more information.