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The Middle East is the birthplace of several current major religions and influential empires from millennia past. Scholars and graduates get the benefit of immersing themselves in these cultures and gaining a deeper understanding of one of the world’s most vibrant regions.
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This program aims to develop knowledge and skills in cultural heritage and its preservation. Students who study this program are expected to have knowledge in the field of cultural heritage and the different approaches for maintenance and management of cultural resources. يهدف هذا البرنامج إلى تطوير المعرفة والمهارات حول المصادر التراثية وكيفية الحفاظ عليها. يتوقع من الطلبة بعد إتمامهم متطلبات هذا البرنامج بنجاح ان يكونوا قادرين على العمل في المتاحف أو أي غيرها من الشركات المتخصصة في مجالات صيانة وإدارة المصادر التراثية. [+]
Bachelor Art Market Negotiator : this program is taught in FRENCH. Read the official description here: Bachelor Négociateur en Marché de l’Art [+]
The Gulf Studies Certificate Program is designed for visiting students or non-degree-seeking students who wish to spend a semester at AUK focusing on regional history, politics, society, culture, and the arts. Students are required to take a total of 4 courses (12 credit hours) from the courses... [+]
The Gulf Studies Certificate Program is designed for visiting students or non-degree-seeking students who wish to spend a semester at AUK focusing on regional history, politics, society, culture, and the arts. Students are required to take a total of 4 courses (12 credit hours) from the courses recommended by the Director of the Center for Gulf Studies. Students are asked to contact the director for current course listings. All courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better. Not all courses may be available every semester. As new courses are developed, more choices will become available for certificate electives. For students with no background in Arabic, ARAB 102 or ARAB 201 (Arabic as a Second Language I or II) is recommended. For students with a background in Arabic, ARAB 215 (Arab Composition I) or ARAB 205 (Arab-Islamic Civilization) is recommended. It is recommended that students choose courses applicable to the Gulf Studies Program in both the humanities (including the following prefixes: ARAB, ART, COMM, ENGL, and MUSC) and in the social sciences (including the following prefixes: HIST, IR, PLSC, and SBSA) in consultation with the Program Lead and/or in consultation with their academic advisor.... [-]