Classes

Minor in Middle East and Islamic Studies

This program offers an interdisciplinary study of Islam and the Middle East through coursework in anthropology, art history, history, humanities, pan-African studies, political science, sociology, and Arabic language.

Arabic Program

Arabic is the fifth most spoken language in the world and the native language of 22 countries with over 300 million people. The emergence of this language on a global scale has inspired the University of Louisville to offer a newly expanded Arabic Program that offers basic, intermediate and advanced classes.

POLS 399-01: Religion & International Politics

How has religion influenced international relations and conflict since the rise of the modern nation state?