Participants develop communicative and socio-cultural competences to better understand and serve the Hispanic community at work settings such as schools, agencies, hospitals, and offices
of the Department of Social Services.
About the program
The program offers four 45-hour courses in four levels:
All courses are open subject to enrollment (at least four students per course).
Transcripts are sent electronically once coursework has ended.
Tuition (per course): $520 USD**
**Tuition does not include books.
Books are available for rent/purchase at Amazon at online bookstores.
Enrollment: April 4 – May 24
Early bird: April 4 – May 19
Classes: May 23 – August 1
Enrollment: July 11 – August 23
Early bird: July 11 – August 18
Classes: August 22 – November 8
Classes meet twice a week from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. (CST).
Basic levels meet Monday & Wednesday. Intermediate and Advanced levels meet Tuesday & Thursday.
Participants interested in joining any of our Spanish programs need to schedule an interview. Participants with previous Spanish language experience are advised to take a placement test. Placement tests and interviews are scheduled by appointment.
Reserve your oral interview here:
Be sure to specify which program you are interested in taking when you register.
How do I enroll in a Spanish class?
Complete the registration form, the placement test (if needed), and an oral interview with one of our Spanish instructors.
Pay the cost of the course before the first day of class.
Where can I book the online interview?
You can book the online interview by visiting the following link
Do I receive a certificate after completing the course?
After completing the course, you will receive a certificate of completion. However, this is not a certification.
How do I know what my level of Spanish is?
At the end of the oral interview, the Spanish teacher will let you know what level you have placed at. Your level is decided based on the placement test results and your oral interview