Language is a means to communicate not just words, but values, beliefs and customs. Studying another language opens you to other cultures while allowing you to gain a more profound understanding of your own culture and language.
Spanish is one of the two most spoken languages in the world, with 577 million speakers in 21 countries around the world.
NIC offers Spanish in beginner and intermediate with a focus on specific skills such as oral communication, reading and writing.
Register in Spanish Courses
Before you can register in a course, you must be accepted into an NIC program. You can study Spanish through the following programs, or as an elective from any NIC program:
- Government/Diplomatic & International Relations
- Education/post-secondary Education
Potential Educational Pathways for Spanish
- University transfer
- Associate of Arts in languages
- Bachelor of Spanish
- graduate school (Master’s degree & Doctoral degree)
Meet the Faculty
Department Chair, Faculty
English, Humanities & Social Sciences
PhD, Comparative Literature and Languages (University of Paris, 2004)
Subjects: French, Spanish