Bachelor's Programme in Middle Eastern and North African studies
180 credits cr.
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The Bachelor's Programme in Middle Eastern and North African Studies is an interdisciplinary programme.
The programme provides in-depth knowledge of the early and modern history of the Middle East and North Africa, religions, literature and culture, as well as political and economic development.
Particular focus is on contemporary social conditions and how these can be understood through an in-depth knowledge of the local situation, international conditions and the historical context. The programme is intended to provide very good knowledge of social conditions in the Middle East and North Africa.
Valid for students who have started the programme autumn semester 2020. For earlier and later programme structures see the relevant education plan (Syllabus).
The programme comprises 6 semesters of full-time studies and consists of four compulsory courses (of a total of 120 credits) and optional studies of a total of 60 credits.
Within the program, there are opportunities for internships and field studies.
Elective courses, Complementary studies, 60 credits.
Elective courses within the programme
Field studies, 15 credits (replaces Complementary studies)
Internship, 15 hp
Internship, 30 hp
Middle Eastern and North African Studies III (Autumn)
Middle Eastern and North African Studies - Bachelor's Course (Spring)