The College of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences offers a bachelor's program (Arabic Language and Literature), where the university decided to start opening this program in response to market requirements and the local community’s need for it, and through which the college aspires to contribute effectively to the development of the UAE society by preparing qualified cadres that employ the Arabic language, literature and technologies and absorb the heritage of the nation, and is open to the curricula and visions of others, in line with the framework of the national qualifications system for the United Arab Emirates.
The BA program (Arabic Language and Literature) at Al Ain University aspires to be a leading educational center in disseminating literary, linguistic and critical knowledge and preparing professional cadres specialized in literary and linguistic studies according to the educational system of the United Arab Emirates.
Spreading literary, linguistic and critical knowledge within an educational system characterized by integration, development and openness, and preparing specialists in literary and linguistic studies, equipped with adequate communication skills, and qualified to apply this knowledge and experiences in research fields, and in all fields of work that require the employment of Arabic, its literature and techniques, absorbing the heritage of the nation, and open to curricula and perspectives of others, affirming the values of belonging, developing critical thinking, self-learning and teamwork.
|#||Program Learning Outcomes||Level 7 Specifications (Concise)|
demonstrate specialized knowledge and motivation to innovation, self-learning and cooperative learning in the study of the Arabic language and its literature and related concepts, principles, theories, skills, directions, rules and relevant standards.
employ the Arabic grammar in morphology, grammar and rhetoric to enhance its effective communication skills: reading, writing and speaking, and improving his understanding of the various religious and traditional texts.
choose appropriate research, critical and technical means and methodologies to distinguish between the ages of Arabic Literature, ancient and modern, their multiple artistic trends, their literary and linguistic schools, and their theories and applications.
employ reflective thinking, critical analysis and self-evaluation skills in developing knowledge, skills and values related to the Arabic language and literature.
develop the linguistic and literary skills acquired with its research, technical and leadership dimensions, which contribute to maintaining the Arabic language and its literature, and solving problems related to its use in daily life in the areas of social communication, scientific publishing and technical development in innovative ways.
appreciate the role of scientific, research and technological developments in uncovering the theoretical and material historical cradle of the relationship of Arab culture with other human cultures, and enhancing its immediate and future role in advancing humanity.
shoulder his responsibilities towards spreading the Arabic language and its literature, establishing affiliation with it, wanting to learn and teach it, understanding the various religious and heritage texts and following its morals.
Aligning the learning outcomes of the Bachelor program (Arabic Language and Literature) with the concise National Qualifications System / Level Seven 7.
|Course No||Course Title||CR.H.||Prerequisite|
|Category: University General Requirements|
|Group: Compulsory (27 CHs)|
|0201111A||Science and Life||3|
|0501170A||Fund. of Innovation and Entrepreneurship||3|
|0508203A||Scientific Research Methodology||3|
|Society and Civilization|
|Elective Courses (3 CHs)|
|0406100||Arabs & Muslims’ Contributions to Arts and Sciences||3|
|0408100A||Introduction to Psychology||3|
|0408101A||Physical Education and Health|
|Elective Courses (3 CHs)|
|0303100||Law and Society||3|
|0501100A||Introduction to Time Management||3|
|0501150A||Leadership and Teamwork||3|
|Compulsory College Requirements (15 CHs)|
|0403101A||Teaching Diverse Students||3|
|0405205A||Curriculum and Instruction||3|
|0405206A||Foundations of Education||3|
|Compulsory Courses (66 CHs)|
|0405111||The art of writing and composition||3|
|0405210||Arabic Rhetoric 1||3|
|0405323||Early Islamic and Umayyad Literature||3||0405211|
|0405403||The Qur’anic Eloquence||3||0405210|
|0405420||Modern Arabic Literature||3||0405411|
|0405421||Arabic Rhetoric 2||3||0405210|
|0405423||Introduction to Linguistics||3|
|Free Courses: (3 CHs)|
|Elective Courses (9 CHs)|
|0405122||Teaching Arabic to non-native Speakers||3|
|0405213||Literature in the Arabian Gulf||3||0405420|
|0405324||The Syntax of the Holy Qur’an||3||0405406|
|0405332||An Ancient Book in Language or Literature||3|
|0405429||Arabic for the Media||3|
|0405432||Scientific Research Methodologies in Linguistic and Literary Studies||3||0508203A|