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Project GO - ROTC Arabic Scholarship Program
Amman, Jordan (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Summer
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2015 03/01/2015 03/11/2015 TBA TBA
Fact Sheet:
Program Type:
Faculty-led Program
College of Business Students ONLY:
Minimum GPA:
Credit Type:
Marquette Credit
Number of Credits:
11, 12
Academic College:
College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business Administration, College of Communication, College of Education, College of Engineering, College of Health Sciences, College of Nursing
Language of Instruction: Arabic
Class Eligibility:
Freshman, Junior, Senior, Sophomore
Language Prerequisite:
None Language Courses Offered: Yes
Program Coordinator:
Brock Price
Program Description:


Marquette’s Project Global Officers (GO) is part of a national effort sponsored by the Defense Language Office and National Security Education Program. Project GO promotes critical language education, study abroad experiences and intercultural communication skills for ROTC cadets/midshipmen. Up to 16 cadets/midshipmen will study in Amman, Jordan, for an eight-week intensive program. This innovative Arabic language and cultural program will enrich your worldview while preparing you for your post-graduate military experience.


Nestled into the hills between vast deserts and the fertile Jordan Valley, Amman, Jordan, is a diverse city that offers something new for you to discover daily from historical landmarks to modern boutiques. You will participate in guided historical and cultural site visits throughout Jordan such as Jerash, Aljoun, the Dead Sea, Petra and the Wadi Rum.


You will participate in a comprehensive orientation prior to departure. Upon arrival in Jordan, you will attend an on-site orientation to introduce you to the program, the city of Amman, and Jordanian culture.

Courses offered
You will be taught Arabic from some of the most respected language teachers in the area: from the Qasid Institute for Classical & Modern Standard Arabic. This eight-week program teaches Arabic in two four-week sessions. During each session, you will take one Modern Standard Arabic course and one colloquial Jordanian Arabic course. Classes meet five hours per day, Sunday through Thursday. In this intensive program, each session will cover the material typically presented in one semester on a U.S. campus.
Students of all language levels are invited to participate in the program. No prior Arabic experience is necessary.
Based on a placement test, you will enroll in the level appropriate for your Arabic language proficiency and earn 11-12 credits upon completion of the program. You will receive a Marquette University transcript, sent directly to your home institution. Transfer credit equivalencies for non-Marquette students will be determined by each student in collaboration with their home institution.

Session 1 Credit Session 2 Credit Total
ARBCS 1002 Elementary Arabic 2 (4 cr.)
ARBCS 2940 Jordanian Arabic (1 cr.)
ARBCS 2001 Intermediate Arabic 1 (3 cr.)
ARBCS 3940 Jordanian Arabic (3 cr.)
11 cr.
ARBCS 2001 Intermediate Arabic 1 (3 cr.)
ARBCS 3940 Jordanian Arabic (3 cr.)
ARBCS 2002 Intermediate Arabic 2 (3 cr.)
ARBCS 4940 Jordanian Arabic (3 cr.)
12 cr.
ARBCS 2002 Intermediate Arabic 2 (3 cr.)
ARBCS 3940 Jordanian Arabic (3 cr.)
ARBC 3001 Arabic Grammar (3 cr.)
ARBCS 4940 Jordanian Arabic (3 cr.)
12 cr.
ARBC 3001 Arabic Grammar (3 cr.)
ARBCS 3940 Jordanian Arabic (3 cr.)
ARBC 3002 Formal Spoken Arabic (3 cr.)
ARBCS 4940 Jordanian Arabic (3 cr.)
12 cr.

Dr. Enaya Othman, Arabic professor, will serve as the Marquette academic director of Project GO and will be in Jordan to support you during the program.


There is no better way to develop an understanding of a culture than to interact with diverse groups of local residents and speak with them in their language. Through living with a local Arabic-speaking host family, you will learn Arabic language and culture directly from Jordanians. You will develop the important cross-cultural skills you will need as an officer.


All ROTC cadets/midshipmen (contracted or non-contracted) accepted into the program are guaranteed full scholarship funding. This scholarship covers tuition, airfare, room and board, health insurance, local transportation, books, transcripts and cultural excursions in Jordan.

Monetary Incentive: Check with your respective military branch to learn more about the financial benefits available for studying a critical language.


Click on the link below for visa and travel details specific to Jordan.

Visa and Travel - Jordan