The Schools of Modern Language, History and Sociology, and International Affairs offer a minor in Middle Eastern and North African Studies (MENAS). This interdisciplinary minor connects studies of the regions and countries in the Middle East and/or North Africa—their languages, their cultures, and their peoples, both concurrently in their national and international relationships as well as longitudinally over the course of history. This minor is designed for undergraduates who will enter a wide range of careers that can lead directly or indirectly to interactions with the people, the social organizations and businesses, and governments of the Middle East and/or North Africa, both abroad and here in the U.S., especially in terms of the critical technological, social, and policy decisions facing the world today.
View minor requirements for the MENAS minor in the Georgia Tech Course Catalog.
Students wishing to pursue this minor should declare the minor by filling out the minor change form with the advisor in Modern Languages.