Wolof is offered through the 202 level, and may be used to complete the GEP language 201 requirement.
Courses offered Fall Semester 2014 are highlighted; details can be found in the Class Schedule.
Elementary Wolof I
An introduction to Wolof, a major lingua franca of West Africa, through a communicative approach. Listening comprehension and basic speaking skills are emphasized, but reading and composition also will be introduced.
Elementary Wolof II
Continuation of WOL 101. Emphasis is on extending skills in spoken Wolof within the context of real-life situations. A greater amount of reading and writing is included in this course.
Intermediate Wolof I
Further development of listening comprehension and speaking skills and increased emphasis on reading, writing and cultural knowledge. Focus on everyday life in Senegalese society.
Intermediate Wolof II
Reading, writing and oral use of Wolof, with an emphasis on contemporary Senegalese society.
For further information about Wolof courses, please consult department chair Dr. Omar Ka.