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In this discipline area; students study education and Arabic leading to the award of the B.Ed degree in Education/Arabic.
Philosophy and Objectives.
The programmes philosophy is in line with the National Philosophy of education while the objectives of education are as stated below:
- Graduates should have acquired competent in the spoken and written Arabic Language and developed full awareness of the social cultural, economic and military background of its
- Graduates should be familiar with the contribution of Nigerians to scholarship in this
- Graduates should develop adequate ethical skills in the appreciation of Language and literature in
- Graduates should be adequately equipped to undertake and teaching assignments in the education
|S/N||Course Code||Course Title|
|2||ARA 102||Language Drills I|
|3||ARA 103||Study skills|
|4||ARA 104||Introduction to Arabic Literature|
|5||ARA 201||Grammar II|
|6||ARA 202||Language Drills II|
|7||ARA 203||Texts from Pre-Islamic and Early Islamic Lit.|
|8||ARA 204||Introduction to Arabic Morphology|
|9||ARA 251||Grammar III|
|10||ARA 252||Morphology of Verbs|
|11||ARA 253||Arabic Literature in the Pre-Islamic era|
|12||ARA 301||Grammar IV|
|13||ARA 304||Arabic Literature in the Umayyad Period|
|14||ARA 305||Arabic Literature in the Abbasid Period|
|15||ARA 306||Intro. To Arabic Literature in W/Africa|
|17||ARA 420||The writings of Nigerian Ulama|
|18||ARA 440||Modern Arabic Poetry|
|19||ARA 450||Modern Arabic Prose|
UTME: Five SSCE credits in relevant subjects including English Language and Arabic.
UTME Subjects: Arabic and any 2 relevant Arts/Social Science subjects.