Current Courses for Islamic Studies Minor
Spring 2023 COURSES
*Note: students should talk with their advisor before registering for classes
NEW – Turkish Online at Duke University
You can now minor in Islamic Studies at UNCG! Expand your knowledge of the principles and practices of one of the world’s most rapidly growing religions and explore how Islam has shaped history, language, and politics on a global scale.
Requirements: Six courses, including one year of beginning Arabic and either HIS 207 OR REL 225.
The following classes in the minor will be offered in Spring 2023
- ARB 102-01, Beginning Arabic II, MWF 10-10:50 (Prof. Noor Ghazi)*
- HIS 209-01, Islamic Civilization: From 1200-Present, MWF, 11-11:50 (Prof. Asa Eger)
- REL 225-01, Introduction to Islam, MWF, 11-11:50 (Prof. Alyssa Gabbay)*
- REL 226-01, Approaches to the Qur’an, TTh, 11-12:15 (Prof. Alyssa Gabbay)
- ADS 356-01, The Making of the African Diaspora, TTh 2-3:15 (Prof. Hewan Girma)
- REL 370-01, Religions of Iran: The Persian Book of Kings, TTh, 2-3:15 (Prof. Alyssa
*This class is required for the minor.
Questions? E-mail Prof. Alyssa Gabbay email@example.com or Prof. Asa Eger firstname.lastname@example.org. (https://rel.uncg.edu/islamic-studies/minor/)