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Spanish

Available at: Cornwall part-time | Kingston part-time

Overview

This program is designed to provide the skills necessary to understand and speak Spanish. Emphasis is placed on developing listening and speaking skills, with practice using real-life situations. The program is particularly useful to tourists and business people traveling in Central and South America.

Visit the Online and Continuing Education catalogue for course details and to register.

Highlights

Program Name

Spanish

Program Code

0786

Credential

Certificate

Start Dates


Program Duration

Part-time

Location (Campus)

Cornwall part-time

Canadian Fees

International Fees

Additional Costs

Scholarships and Bursaries

 

Program Outline

SPAN 1 Conversational Spanish Part I
SPAN 201 Conversational Spanish Part II
SPAN 301 Conversational Spanish - Level 3
SPAN 401 Conversational Spanish - Level 4

Articulation & Credit Transfer Opportunities

SLC graduates have many options to continue their studies with post-secondary institutions across Canada and around the world. Agreements between SLC and other institutions that are specific to this program are listed below. In addition, there are many credit transfer pathway agreements between colleges and universities within the province of Ontario. Please also visit www.ontransfer.ca to search for options relevant to your program area of study.



    Admission Requirements

    Applicants to the program must hold an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (O.S.S.D.) or equivalent or must qualify for mature student status (19 years of age or older).

    Prerequisites

    Health Requirements

    Testimonials

    The BPSYC program really is the best of both worlds; it balances the theory of a degree while putting that knowledge into practice. A theoretical foundation is taught from day one, as is research and an understanding of the literature. Alongside these aspects, students learn early on how to comprehensively assess, and create interventions using a client-centered approach. They then apply these skills to real life settings and workplaces, where it is a necessity to be flexible and respectful in multidisciplinary environments. As a graduate of the program, my training and placement experience gave me an edge when applying for graduate school. When I entered my graduate education in Counselling Psychology, I already had a comfort level with reviewing research, determining best practices and assessing case models for clients. I also had the knowledge of many different intervention strategies, as well as when they are appropriate for use and how to use them. I attribute my education at St. Lawrence College to preparing me for this experience and obtaining an SSHRC scholarship to conduct research in the Coping Experiences of 911 Communication Workers. I would not have gotten the training or the experience working closely with my professors and others in the field, had I attended a traditional university setting.



    Sarah Horsford, Med., CCC

    Program Contact

    Melissa Longtin
    mlongtin@sl.on.ca

    Admissions Information

    Connect with a Student Recruitment Officer:
    dreamit@sl.on.ca

    International Students Contact:
    international@sl.on.ca


    Additional Information

    Students who enter the program above SPAN 201 must obtain PLAR Credit for previous levels in order to be eligible for the Statement of Achievement. 

    Advanced Standing

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