About Arabic Studies
Studying Arabic at Dalhousie University means learning the official language of more than 20 countries from Africa and Asia, which have Modern Standard Arabic (or "literary Arabic," al-‘arabiyya al-fusha al-mu‘asira ) as a common feature in formal communication. Arabic Studies is administered by the Department of Classics.
Classes: Fall & Winter 2017-18
Considering options for next year's courses? Get the latest information on classes in Arabic for the 2017-18 year, including class schedules. There are some exciting new options! Don't forget to check out classes in Religious Studies and Classics, too.
News & Events
Congratulations Fall 2018 Graduates!
In October the Classics department had the honour of celebrating the graduation of three exceptional students from our Graduate program! Click to see photos from the event!
Ushering in a New Year
Departmental Lecture Series: Save the Date!
Departmental Lecture Series
Congratulations to our Graduates of 2018!
On May 31, we held a reception for graduates from Classics, Religious Studies, and Arabic.
BLAZING SUCCESS: Classics Newsletter Spring 2018
2018 Classics Department Success