The study of Arabic at CSUSB combines training in language, literature, culture and contemporary affairs of the Arab world. It develops students' understandings, perspectives and attitudes of Arab-speaking cultures and people. The program is carefully crafted to allow participants to enrich and broaden their academic training by drawing from disciplines related to and in high-need in the Arab World such as Anthropology, Communication, Comparative Literature, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Health Care, History, International Business and Law, Linguistics, Political Science, Social Studies, etc.
For more information on degree requirements please visit Bachelor of Arts in Arabic Language, Literature and Culture Bulletin.
The B.A. in French, Teacher Track, is designed to prepare students for the CSET exam (required for the single subject teaching credential in French in California). For information about the professional education component, admission to the teacher education program or specific requirements of the single subject waiver program, contact the Credentials Office, CE-102.
For more information on degree requirements please visit Bachelor of Arts in French Bulletin.
The study of Spanish at California State University, San Bernardino is based on the recognition that the Hispanic cultures in the United States forms an integral part of American society, and that the Spanish language, far from being "foreign," is spoken in nearly all sections of our nation alongside of English. In some areas of Southern California as well as other parts of the United States, speakers of Spanish outnumber those who speak English. Moreover, the importance of the Hispanic culture in the United States is increasing daily as additional immigrants arrive from Latin America.
For more information on degree requirements please visit Bachelor of Arts in Spanish Bulletin.