Learn Jamaican Creole–an English-based Creole language with influences from West Africa– from a born-and-raised native speaker. Evolving on the slave plantations the 17th century, Jamaican Creole is today spoken primarily by people living in Jamaica and Jamaicans around the world.
Learn to read and write in Jamaican Creole. Hone your conversational skills in Jamaican Creole and gain exposure to a wide variety of topics, from learning about the evolution of Jamaican music, theatre, religious beliefs and much more. Our courses are taught by Clive Forrester, a respected academic and native Jamaican Creole speaker who has done extensive research on the language.
Fall/Winter 2021-2022 Course Enrolment
When registering for classes on the Course Timetable website, be sure to carefully read through the "Notes/Additional Fees" section of each course you select. This section contains important details on delivery methods for each course during the Fall/Winter 2021-2022 term. Remember that REMT & ONLN are completely online courses and LECT, TUT, BLEN, SEMR and LGLC could have in-person components.
Contact Clive Forrester at firstname.lastname@example.org for help with academic and administrative questions.