Arabic

Arabic

An official language of the United Nations and in 22 countries, with an estimated 300 million native speakers, Arabic performs two functions: communicative and religious. Because it is the language of the Quran, more than a billion Muslims around the world use Arabic in some religious capacity. But, most important, young Americans learn Arabic because it is the key to cultural exchange and understanding.

MSU’s Arabic faculty members provide a nationally competitive program that equips students with excellent communicative skills necessary to engage within a globally expanding Arabic-speaking community.



Uncommon Pursuits.

Graduates pursue careers in a range of industries, excelling in jobs that demand deep knowledge of language and culture.

Alumni work at:

  • U.S. congressional offices
  • Google
  • Arab American Language Institute -- Morocco
  • International School of Choueifat
  • Booz Allen Hamilton, Law Firms
  • SAIC: Intelligence Training and Enhancement Program
  • U.S. Intelligence Community

Alumni work as:

  • Senate staffers
  • Attorneys
  • Foreign service officers
  • Military intelligence officers
  • Consultants
  • Governmental relations assistants
  • Management and program analysts

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