The university regularly offers many courses that deal with the history, politics, and culture of the Middle East. In addition, special topics courses that cut across disciplines and offer diverse perspectives on the Middle East are taught each semester. This wide range of graduate and undergraduate coursework provides the student with a rich understanding of the role of the Middle East in a globalized world.
RELI 387 001 – Islam, Democracy, and Human Rights
CONF 722 002 - Conflict and Religion
MEIS 500 - Critical Issues and Debates in Middle East and Islamic Studies
This information is provided by the Middle East Studies Program and is subject to change. It is not meant to replace the Schedule of Classes on the website of the Office of the Registrar, which is the official and most up-to-date source for the schedule.