Middle East Studies, Certificate
Advisor: S. Fink (Philosophy and Religious Studies).
The Certificate in Middle East Studies is designed for students who have a strong interest in Middle East Studies, but are not able to complete the requirements for a minor in Middle East Studies.
|Twelve semester credits from at least three prefixes, selected from the following list:|
|Geography of the Middle East and North Africa|
|Politics of the Middle East|
|Sociology of the Middle East|
NOTE 1: Courses cannot be counted in both the major and the certificate program.
NOTE 2: Though there are no program prerequisites for the Certificate in Middle East Studies, there may be prerequisites for some of the courses that are a part of the Certificate.
Program Learning Options
Students completing this program will be expected to meet the following learning outcomes:
- Demonstrate basic knowledge of Middle Eastern history, politics, religion, and culture.
- Apply a variety of methodological approaches in carrying out research in Middle Eastern studies.
- Deconstruct uniform conceptions of the Middle East through familiarity with the diversity of Middle Eastern culture and society.