• Learning a new language opens doors.

    Explore another culture by learning a language.

    ¡Buenos días! Hallo. Ni hao. Konnichiwa. Hello. Bonjour.

    You have as many lives as the languages you speak.

    Great Wall of China


  • All courses in Spanish consist of three hours of lecture, one hour of conversation, and assignments in the multimedia lab on a drop-in basis ( approximately 45 minutes) per week.

    SPAN 100 is for students with little or no knowledge of the Spanish language. Students with Spanish 11 credit should register in SPAN 101, and students with Spanish 12 credit should register in SPAN 200. For assistance in determining what level of Spanish to register in, please check out the Spanish Language Registration Chart (.pdf).
    For beginning students, the sequence of courses is:

    • Spanish 100
    • Spanish 101
    • Spanish 200
    • Spanish 201

    Native speakers of Spanish are not eligible for registration in first year  Spanish courses. If they wish to take second year courses in Spanish, they must consult with the Spanish instructor prior to enrolment.

    Students with a competence in the language beyond the level of the course in which they are registered will be required to withdraw. Students who are not sure of their language level should contact an instructor.

    Grammar practice resource