The Department of Modern Languages at the University of Mississippi now offers Swahili-language courses. We are very excited to have initiated instruction in an eleventh language program in our department.
A two-year sequence is currently available in the language (SWA 101, 102, 201, 202). Each course is three credits and the four courses taken consecutively may be used to satisfy the Liberal Arts foreign language requirement. Students can also pursue an undergraduate minor in Swahili. This minor requires the completion of 15 hours of coursework at the 200 level and above.
Stay tuned for additional information on the development of our new Swahili-language program.
Meets at Bondurant Hall Room 016 every Monday from 4 to 5 p.m. Everyone is invited. On occasion the location of the Swahili Club meeting may change depending on the activity, like cooking, dancing, etc. However, Bondurant Hall Room 016 is the main location.
Why a Swahili Club?
- An opportunity to practice Swahili outside of class
- An opportunity to meet and have conversation with native Swahili speakers from Tanzania and Kenya
- Learn about culture through actual activities like cooking, dancing, watching movies, singing, etc.
Who can come?
- Swahili students
- Other interested people, the general public
For more information, please contact Neema Loy, Swahili instructor, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 662.915.1295.
Watch our Swahili students in action! Visit the Swahili Club YouTube channel for additional videos>>