Middle East studies is an interdisciplinary minor with courses in
As the birthplace of Judaism, Christianity and Islam, the Middle East occupies a central place in the spiritual and historical development of human civilizations.
The persistence of conflict and violence in the region makes an understanding of the Middle East essential for a global citizen. A Middle East studies minor prepares students for a range of careers including public service, international business, law and nonprofit work.
The Middle East studies Minor requires 18 credit hours of coursework. All prerequisites must be completed prior to enrollment in the following courses.
Other courses may count for the Middle East Studies Minor upon approval of the program director.