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PERSIAN

See Classical and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations.

1001-2 Beginning Persian I–II (4-4) Staff
  Fundamentals of speaking, understanding, reading, and writing of Modern Standard Persian. Laboratory fee.
2001-2 Intermediate Persian I–II (4-4) Staff
  Continuation of Pers 1001-2. Further development of speaking, understanding, reading, and writing skills of Modern Standard Persian. Prerequisite: Pers 1001-2 or equivalent. Laboratory fee.
3001 Advanced Persian (3) Staff
  Development of writing, reading, speaking, and listening skills at the advanced level of proficiency. Prerequisite: Pers 2001-2 or equivalent. Laboratory fee.
3002 Media Persian (3) Staff
  Introduction to Persian journalistic style through a variety of media sources, such as print, Internet, radio, and television. Critical analysis of authentic news and proficiency-oriented projects.
 

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