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You will explore language, literature, politics and religion in an interdisciplinary course of study, choosing from courses as diverse as Islam and Modernity in South Asia and Principles of Geoscience: Geology of Human Events in North Africa and the Middle East.

About the Minor

By the end of your studies you will be familiar with the languages, history and worldview of Islamic cultures.

You really develop a relationship with the professors. It is a small department but I think that’s sort of a strong point. You might take, I don’t know, two or three classes, with the same professors and you really get to know that professor, and you get to pick that professor’s brain. And they are more than happy to sit down with you and spend time.

Will Boudreau ’14 — Middle East and Islamic world studies minor

As a minor, the program requires that students complete five courses in the areas of Arabic and Hebrew language and literature, religion, political science and history.

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Middle East and Islamic World Studies Program

198 College Hill Road
Clinton, NY 13323

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