SWAH 1001 Elementary Swahili I
Credit Hours 3.0
Description

This course is the first in a two-course sequence at the elementary level of Swahili. The course. consists of the study of the fundamentals of the language, using Swahili as the language of instruction. Emphasis is on oral communication with grammar and vocabulary taught in context, and the cultures of the East Africa and Swahili-speaking parts of the world presented using interactive activities, discussion, and readings. This course is not open to native-speakers, which includes anyone who used the language as his or her principal language of education.

SWAH 1002 Elementary Swahili II
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites Successful completion of SWAH 1001 with a C or higher, or placement into
Description

1002. This course is the second in a two-course sequence at the elementary level of Swahili. The course consists of the study of the fundamentals of the language, using Swahili as the language of instruction. Emphasis is on oral communication with grammar and vocabulary taught in context, and the cultures of the East Africa and Swahili-speaking parts of the world presented using interactive activities, discussion, and readings. This course is not open to native-speakers, which includes anyone who used the language as his or her principal language of education.

SWAH 2001 Intermediate Swahili I
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites Successful completion of SWAH 1002 with a C or higher, or placement into
Description

2001. This course is the first in a two-course sequence at the intermediate level of Swahili. The course consists of the study of the fundamentals of the language, using Swahili as the language of instruction. Emphasis is on oral communication with grammar and vocabulary taught in context, and the cultures of East Africa and Swahili speaking parts of the world presented using interactive activities, discussion, and readings. This course is not open to native-speakers, which includes anyone who used the language as his or her principal language of education.

SWAH 2002 Intermediate Swahili II
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites Successful completion of SWAH 2001 with a C or higher, or placement into
Description

2002. This course is the second in a two-course sequence at the intermediate level of Swahili. The course consists of the study of the fundamentals of the language, using Swahili as the language of instruction. Emphasis is on oral communication with grammar and vocabulary taught in context, and the cultures of East Africa and Swahili speaking parts of the world presented using. interactive activities, discussion, and readings. This course is not open to native-speakers, which includes anyone who used the language as his or her principal language of education.