The different subjects aim to give a wide-ranging, in-depth insight into Arab and Islamic societies. They are organized into three complementary areas:
a) Subjects on the fundamentals of civilization (religion, history, literature, thought and science).
b) Subjects for understanding the current geopolitical situation (politics and economics).
c) Subjects for facilitating relations on a more personal level (knowledge of Arab and Islamic societies, introduction to standard and dialectal Arabic and its variants).
Due to the diversity of the subject matter involved, a variety of methods are used. All of them are designed to:
(a) Take advantage of the resources our society offers through which direct knowledge related to the subjects can be obtained (academic and cultural events, media, relationships with Arab and Muslim citizens, etc.).
(b) Offer the necessary tools so that students can continue learning on their own in the areas of greatest interest to them.