AFRICAN LANGUAGES AT PENN
Yoruba is spoken by approximately 30 million people in West Africa. It is spoken by populations is Southwestern Nigeria, Togo, Benin and Sierra Leone. It is also one of the prominent languages and culture of the Diaspora in countries such as Brazil, Venezuela, Cuba, Trinidad, Tobago and Haiti.
|||Yoruba Elementary I (First semester of Yoruba)||Dr. Yiwola Awoyale|
|||Yoruba Elementary II (Second semester of Yoruba)|
|||Yoruba Intermediate I (Third semester of Yoruba)|
|||Yoruba Intermediate II (Fourth semester of Yoruba)|
|||Yoruba Advanced I (Fifth semester of Yoruba)|
|||Yoruba Advanced II (Sixth semester of Yoruba)|
The level I and II courses are offered in the fall and spring, respectively.
For more information about African Languages at Penn please email the Director of African Language Program,