The information listed below is a direct excerpt from the 2014-15 Course Catalog.
Published annually, the Course Catalog sets out the requirements of the academic programs--the majors, minors, and concentrations. Each Bryn Mawr student must declare her major before the end of her sophomore year. Students may also declare a minor or a concentration, but neither is required for the A.B. degree. Students must comply with the requirements published in the Course Catalog at the time when they declare the major, minor and/or concentration.
The Course Catalog also sets out the College requirements. Students must comply with the College requirements published at the time they enter Bryn Mawr College.
Arabic language instruction is offered through Tri-College cooperation. Courses are available at Bryn Mawr (Intermediate), Haverford (Elementary), and Swarthmore Colleges (Advanced). The teaching of Arabic is a component of the three colleges' efforts to increase the presence of the Middle East in their curricula. Bryn Mawr offers courses on the Middle East in the departments of Anthropology, Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology, Comparative Literature, General Studies, History, History of Art, and Political Science.
The College's foreign language requirement may be satisfied by completing ARAB 001 and 002 with an average grade of at least 2.0 or with a grade of 2.0 or better in ARAB 002.
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