|Field of Study:||Near and Middle Eastern Studies
|Description:||The Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations is concerned with the interdisciplinary study of the civilizations and cultures of the Near and Middle East from Neolithic times until the present, including their archaeology, history, mythology, religion and thought, art and architecture, and languages and literatures (Akkadian, Babylonian, Sumerian, Aramaic, Syriac, ancient Egyptian, Hebrew, Arabic, Persian, and Turkish). The Department's programs provide students with a unique opportunity to study non-Western complex societies and civilizations.
An undergraduate degree in the field is the required preparation for further academic study to be a university or college professor, researcher, archaeologist or museum curator.
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