Albanian is an Indo-European language spoken by around 7.5 million people, primarily in Albania, Kosovo*, the Republic of North Macedonia, and Greece, but also in other areas of Southeastern Europe, or North America or Oceania in which there is an Albanian population.
Albanian is not currently taught on the IU campus, but we do have access to archived materials, which will be available again in the near future. Find out more about Albanian on Omniglot and Wikipedia.
Here is the Peace Corps course in Albanian.
* Serbia, as well as half of the countries over the world, does not recognize Kosovo as a sovereign state and continues to claim it as its constituent Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija, although it accepts governing authority of the Kosovo institutions as a part of the 2013 Brussels Agreement.