The Spanish exchange was created in 2014 so that students across the UNC system can have access to a broad array of Spanish classes that they may not be able to get at their home institutions.
Students interested in taking classes in the exchange should check with their advisor and the home campus department chair to see if these classes are open to them. Also, they should review the information on the Guidelines page.
Classes listed as Face-to-Face in ANY of the Exchanges are actually held via video conferencing. You can attend from your HOME campus.
The Spanish exchange was created in 2014 so that students across the University of North Carolina system would have access to a broader array of Spanish language, literature, and cultural courses.
Access to these courses will promote the diversity of languages across the UNC system. Some languages cannot meet demand requirements on a single campus, but can do so by being opened to students at all campuses.
There are regular language classes, as well as specialized intermediate courses for health professionals; in addition there are some upper level classes that students might need to complete their majors or minors. Most courses will be offered through our interconnection of distance-learning classrooms which are linked by audio and video technology. Students may also link into these classrooms via their home computer and fully participate in the courses. Students can access the courses offered each semester through this site by clicking on the Courses tab in the Spanish Course Exchange bar.
Students interested in taking classes in the exchange should check with their advisor and the home campus department chair and review the information on the Guidelines page.