Student Learning Outcomes for Minor Programs in World Languages:
Upon successful completion of the program, the student will:
- Demonstrate an advanced level of proficiency in listening, speaking, reading, writing,
2. Be able to apply critical thinking and analytical reasoning to the linguistic, literary, historical and cultural components of the language.
3. Demonstrate mastery of the five goals of world language study: communication, cultures, connection, comparisons, and communities.
Students may include up to six (6) semester hours of study abroad credits for minor programs.
The program of study for the minor in Swahili consists of eighteen (18) semester hours. The intermediate level of the language is a prerequisite to all upper level courses leading toward the minor. To satisfy the minor requirements in Swahili, students must complete each course with a grade of C or better.
SWA 1311 Elementary Swahili I
SWA 1312 Elementary Swahili II
SWA 2311 Intermediate Swahili I
SWA 2312 Intermediate Swahili II
SWA 3310 Swahili Composition and Grammar
SWA 3311 Swahili Culture and Civilization or
SWA 3316 Swahili Conversation and Pronunciation or
SWA 3333 Survey of Swahili Literature
AAS 2020 Study Abroad in the Discipline is a WSSU signature program to Kenya. Students may transfer credits earned in the program to count toward the minor in Swahili.