Islamic Studies Undergraduate Minor
The Islamic Studies Undergraduate Minor provides students with foundation and upper level classes in the language, religious studies, history, archaeology, ethnicity, race, gender, and politics of the historical and contemporary Islamic World.
- Minimum of 18 credits.
- There is no required study abroad.
|Beginning Arabic I|
|Beginning Arabic II|
|Topics in Premodern World History|
or REL 225
One elective chosen at the 100- or 200-level
Two electives chosen at the 300-level or above
|Topics in Premodern World History 1|
|Topics in Modern World History 1|
|Approaches to the Qur'an|
|The Making of the African Diaspora|
|Topics in the Near and Middle East 1|
|Religious Movements and Communities: Selected Topics|
|Religions of Iran: Selected Topics|
|Selected Topics in Comparative Politics: Middle East Politics 1|
|Seminar in Historical Research and Writing 1|
|Topics in World History 1|
|Twentieth-Century U.S. History: Selected Topics 1|
|Advanced Topics in German Culture 1|
If a student places out of 1st year Arabic, they may fulfill the language credits with other Islamic Studies courses.
Other classes that offer Islamic Studies content (such as HSS 217 -Exile/Return in Arabic Literature for students in Lloyd International Honors College) may be considered for inclusion as an elective.
Special topics must have Islamic Studies content