These course lists have been compiled by Center staff to aid students in registering for courses related to the Middle East and Muslim Civilizations.

Academic Year 2017/2018: Fall 2017

Academic Year 2016/2017: Summer 2016 | Fall 2016 | Spring 2017

Academic Year 2015/2016: Summer 2015Fall 2015 | Spring 2016

Academic Year 2014/2015: Fall 2014 | Spring 2015

Academic Year 2013/2014: Fall 2013 | Spring 2014

Academic Year 2012/2013: Fall 2012 | Spring 2013

Academic Year 2011/2012: Fall 2011 | Spring 2012

Academic Year 2010/2011: Fall 2010 | Spring 2011

Each semester’s course list includes:

Modern Middle East: Many of these courses can count for the Concentration in Middle East Studies (Global Studies) or the Concentration in Arab Cultures (Asian Studies). Some courses do not have sufficient Middle East content to count for majors, but they can be useful for placing the modern Middle East in larger contexts. Language courses relevant to the modern Middle East include Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, and Turkish.

Pre-modern Middle East: Courses about the Middle East in ancient and medieval times, as well as courses in ancient Near Eastern languages such as biblical Hebrew and Coptic.

Muslim civilizations outside the Middle East: Courses Africa, Europe, South Asia, Southeast Asia, etc. Look  for language courses in Bengali, Hindi-Urdu, Serbo-Croatian, and Swahili.