Departments, Programs and Centers


World Languages and Cultures
  • Director: Lecturer Amira Mashhour (Ph.D.)
  • Academic Advising: Cavnaugh Hall 501A, (317) 274-0064

The study of Arabic opens the door to the cultures of the Middle East and the vast Islamic world. It is an important language for the fields of political science, religion, art history, business, and the foreign service. The Program in Arabic offers courses in beginning, intermediate and advanced Arabic.

Arabic & Islamic Studies

The Program in Arabic has collaborated with the Religious Studies department to offer a Minor in Arabic and Islamic Studies, and has also partnered with the Individualized Major Program to be able to offer an Individualized Major in Arabic and Islamic Studies.  Please contact the Director of the Program in Arabic for more information.