Cleveland State University
Cleveland State University, located in Cleveland, Ohio, was founded in 1964, and has just over 12,000 undergraduate students. The campus offers over 200 undergraduate and graduate degrees, as well as over 150 campus student clubs and organizations. The university is well regarded for its college of Business, Law, Engineering, and its College of Urban Affairs.
Cleveland State University's Arabic program is housed in the Department of World Languages, Literatures, & Cultures. The Bachelor's program consists of 20 core language requirements as well as 9 required elective credits, culminating in a capstone project consisting of one course.
Notable courses: Readings in Contemporary Arab Culture, Modern Arabic Literature, Arab Film, Arab Civilization and Culture, Gender Boundaries and Sexuality in the Arab World