An intensive program for teaching Arabic for non-Arabic speakers, in order to qualify the student linguistically so that she can study in Arab universities. After the end of the program, the student obtains a diploma certificate of non-Arabic speakers, in case the program is not completed and the student has fulfilled half of the program, she will obtain an intermediate diploma certificate.
Degrees of the program:
- Degree of intermediate diploma in Arabic for Non-Arabic speakers.*
- Diploma in the Arabic language for Non-Arabic speakers.
* The intermediate diploma is the lowest level of the diploma and is conferred to the student after her completion of 30 academic units according to what was stated in the National Qualifications Framework, i.e. after passing two semesters and she does not wish to complete the study. Therefore, this degree is considered an exit point in the program.
The study system in the diploma program is on a semester basis.
Number and duration of academic levels:
Four levels each level represents a semester.
Total number of credit hours required to complete the program:
They include 60 units, i.e. 15 academic units per semester.
Graduate ‘s Expected Capabilities:
1. Employ the characteristics of written and oral Arabic in all language tasks that she performs at a level commensurate with the program's objectives.
2. Practice Arabic language skills with a level of performance appropriate to the program's objectives.
3. Communicate linguistically and socially in the Arab environment through several daily life situations in accordance with the program's objectives.
4. Analyze and interpret the Arabic texts linguistically according to scientific bases in accordance with the program's objectives.
5. Learn about the dimensions of Islamic culture in accordance with the program's objectives.
6. Use her knowledge of religious precepts in linguistic and social communication in various daily life activities.
7. Self-confidence to the extent that she takes responsibility and deals with life situations in accordance with their personal and cognitive abilities.
8. Commitment to good morals and good conduct with others.
9. Participation in voluntary and collective work and initiative.
10. Possess leadership skills in managing groups and work teams situations in accordance with their personal skills.
11. The ability to practice critical and creative thinking in accordance with her acquired skills and knowledge.
12. Deal with different technologies positively in accordance with her acquired skills and her ability to apply self-learning.