The Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences (FLHS) was among the first faculties to be established by the Lebanese university, in 1959. It currently has around 20,328 students enrolled and 5 branches in four provinces (Mount Lebanon, South Lebanon, Bekaa and North Lebanon) and the capital Beirut, covering all Lebanese territories. It also includes two centers, the Center for Languages and Translation and the Center for Language Sciences and Communication.
The Faculty's aim is providing all enrolled students with high-quality, specialized education, as well as expertise and scientific and technical knowledge to successfully go into the job market, in both public and private sectors. It also focuses on scientific research and literary and artistic creativity, to contribute in the development of the Lebanese society, promote its cultural openness and expand the prospects of cultural cooperation with other countries.
The Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences grants the Bachelor and Diploma degrees, in addition to Professional and Research Master Degrees in the following majors:
Deanery and Faculty branches:
- Arabic Language and Literature
- French Language and Literature
- English Language and Literature
- Persian Language and Literature
- Arts and Archeology
Center for Language Sciences and Communication:
Bachelor Degree in: Comparative Linguistics Engineering
Research Master in: Computational Linguistics
Professional Master in: Language Industry and Teaching Practice
Center for Languages and Translation:
Bachelor Degree in: Translation – Applied Living Languages
(Spanish – Chinese – Italian)
Research Master Degree in:
Translation Studies – Intercultural Communication
Professional Master Degree in:
Translation – Interpretation – Arabic as a Foreign and Applied Language – International Commercial Negotiation.