University of Oklahoma
The University of Oklahoma, located in Norman, Oklahoma, is a public university established in 1890. The university has over 22,000 undergraduate students, of which over 25 percent participate in the popular student Greek life. Additionally, over 300 other student organizations and clubs are available for students. The University is well known for its Energy Business, Meteorology, Health Sciences, Journalism, Entrepreneurship, and Dance programs, and is also one of several Language Flagship campuses offering students the opportunity to participate in various critical language flagship programs.
Oklahoma University currently offers a degree in the Arabic Language, which is also often combined with other majors such as International Studies and Middle Eastern Studies. The Arabic program, housed in the University's College of Arts and Sciences in the College of International Studies, is one of several programs that are paired with the Department of Education's Language Flagship program, which offers an undergraduate program designed for learners of Arabic who seek to achieve superior language and cultural proficiency while pursuing degrees in the academic majors of their choice. The five-year undergraduate Arabic Flagship program includes a yearlong study overseas.
Notable courses: Folk Tales of the Arabs, Arabic Media and Politics, History of the Arabic Language