Chaldean American Academy
Est. 2012 / 501C3
 
CAA in Words
The Chaldean American Academy CAA is a multifaceted cultural-Educational institution committed to leading-edge research, to educational outreach, and to finding new and innovative ways to engage and inspire the public with respect to Chaldean Babylonian history, language, and remarkable heritage.
 
CAA also teaches standard Arabic language and dialects.  One of its future courses will cover:
- Ethno-religious Awareness (Iraqi Minorities)
- European Crusades and recruiting extremists
 
CAA Mission
The Academy's mission is to educate, explore, explain, and provide information and cultural awareness to strengthen the public. The academy manages a wide range of activities; from a research expedition in the land of ancient Mesopotamia, to a student training programs and classrooms, to interactive activities at Babylon museum exhibit.
 

Faculty and Staff
 
CAA prides itself on its commitment to educational excellence in the liberal arts and its pledge of rendering public service for students of all backgrounds. The part-time faculty consists of about10 individuals, 60% of them hold earned doctoral or other terminal degrees. Throughout each course, these dedicated instructors are supported by as many as 11 other part-time visiting scholars who bring real world work experience into the classroom.
 
What you learn can be as important as who you learn it from, here are a few of the incomparable members at CAA who can help you shape your inventive passions into professional potentials.
 
BOARD OF ACADEMIC DIRECTORS
 
Dean: Rev. Dr. Jacob O. Yasso, Ph.th.cl
Vice-president: Eman A. Elias, M.A.
Linguistics Dept. Dr. Goreges Mardo, PH.D
                                   Karim Batti, M.A.
History Dept. Amer H. Hanna, M.F.A.(C)
Media Tech. Nannar Shendaj, B.S.
 

Current Classes
 
Chaldean History: Friday 4:30-5:30 PM
 
Chaldean Language: Friday 6:00-7:00 PM
 
Chaldean History: Saturday 1:30-2:30 PM
 
Chaldean Language: Saturday 3:00-4:00 PM
 
Location
 
Chaldean Academy Main Classroom
2442 E Big Beaver Rd., Troy, MI 48083
For enrollment and more information about future classes call: 248-524-1144 / 248-528-3676