- Current Official Transcript
- Statement of Purpose
- Two Letters of Recommendation
The Deadline for new applicants is Friday, May 6th, 2016.
The University of Oklahoma Arabic Flagship Program is an undergraduate program designed for learners of Arabic who seek to achieve superior language and cultural proficiency while pursuing degrees in the academic majors of their choice. The program offers an innovative five-year curriculum with a mission to create the next generation of global professionals who possess dual strengths in the Arabic language and a deep understanding of the many cultures of the Middle East.
Prospective students are strong academic achievers pursuing different majors, such as Arabic, business, engineering, history, health sciences, international and area studies, journalism, political science, pre-law and pre-med, among a variety of other majors. For a road map to complete the Arabic Flagship Program, please click on the tab Road Map.
In order to provide students with opportunities to use Arabic outside of the classroom and bolster classroom learning, Flagship offers extracurricular language activities on campus:
Students in the Arabic Flagship Program may be eligible for Flagship funding to join one state-side immersion program and two study abroad programs in the Arab world. After completing their first or second year of Arabic at OU, students are eligible to apply for a 10-week summer program. After completing their fourth year at OU, students are eligible to apply for a year-long program. Click on the links for additional information on scholarships and other study abroad opportunities.
The capstone year is the final step to becoming a certified Language Flagship Global Professional. After approximately 4 years of Arabic at OU, students should be at high proficiency level of language and will apply to spend 12 months in Meknes, Morocco. Through this final year of language and culture immersion, students are expected to reach Superior/3 language proficiency according to the ACTFL/ILR scale.
To learn more details about the capstone year, go to Road Map and scroll down to Year 5.