The graduate program in Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures offers advanced training in the languages, literatures, art, archaeology, and history of the Middle East from antiquity to modernity. Students choose from eight concentrations for the major and minor fields of study:  Ancient Iranian Studies, Arabic Language & Literature, Cuneiform Studies, Egyptology, Hebrew Language & Literature, Islamic Studies, Middle Eastern Art & Archaeology, and Persian Language & Literature. Click the links below to find out more about applying to the MELC program, to locate resources and requirements for current students, or to read the handbook for graduate students.