Wayne State University
Wayne State University, founded in 1868, is a public institution located in Detroit, Michigan. WIth a student population of just over 17,280, its setting is urban, and the campus size is 195 acres. Wayne State ranks highly in its health programs of midwifery, anesthesia, and pharmacy. Students at Wayne State get many opportunities to conduct research, including the school’s partnership with Michigan State University and the University of Michigan, through which the schools collaboratively research and develop ways to help the state's economy. The school's most popular fields of study are medicine, social work, and psychology.
Wayne State offers a Bachelor's degree in Near Eastern Languages housed in the Department of Classical and Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures. The program emphasizes multi-media assisted, proficiency-oriented language instruction and inter-cultural understanding supported by an advanced language laboratory. In addition to studying Arabic and Hebrew as a language, students can select from a variety of courses.