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Staff Brinkley Messick - Director, Middle East Institute [email protected] Benedek - Associate Director [email protected] Moin-Safa - Events Coordinator [email protected] Offerings For information on Middle Eastern languages contact the Department of Middle Eastern and Asian Languages and Cultures (MEALAC) at
Middle East Concentration/Certificate MIA degree candidates who wish to obtain a specialization in the Middle East without seeking an Institute certificate will draw up a program with the help of the Institute's Associate Director.
It offers courses and outreach seminars to teachers and adult education groups, briefs journalists, and generally acts as a clearing-house for requests for information on the region and its peoples by the media, educational professionals, and the interested public, drawing upon the expertise of its own staff and the multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural faculty of the School of International and Public Affairs and Columbia University.
In addition, students admitted to degree candidacy in a department or professional school of the University must fulfill the requirements for an advanced degree in that department or school.The certificate candidate draws up a program with the approval of the Institutes Associate Director.Language Requirement: The language requirement is satisfied in full once the certificate candidate has demonstrated proficiency in at least one of the major area languages equivalent to three years of university instruction.A certificate candidate who comes equipped with such proficiency in one of the major languages is encouraged to study a second.Programs vary, depending on the degree of the candidate's previous preparation, and the department or school in which the candidate chooses to earn an advanced degree.
Courses: Each candidate must complete 24 points of course work as follows: Two region-wide courses (lecture or colloquium) one in history and one in political science (6 points); Four other lecture courses or colloquia selected from three different disciplines (12 points); Two seminars or colloquia (6 points); In addition to seminars and colloquia specifically listed for Institute credit, candidates, with the approval of the director, may count one seminar or colloquium not primarily on the Middle East only if the candidate's work in the course was concentrated on the Middle East.