Drawing on courses in art history, English, government, history, modern languages and religion, the Middle Eastern and North African Studies (MENA) program encourages students to learn about the history, culture, politics and languages of the Middle East and North Africa. It culminates in an independent capstone project designed to integrate learning from diverse areas of study.
The MENA program is not a major or a minor. Courses applied toward requirements for the Middle Eastern and North African program may be counted toward requirements in other programs, majors or minors. Successful completion of the program will be noted on the transcript and on the program for Commencement exercises. Interested students should see MENA Program Coordinator, Dr. Courtney Dorroll, for more information.