CLACS is proud to offer beginner and intermediate classes in Quechua, an Andean indigenous language spoken by over 10 million people, designated a priority language by the Department of Education.
Quechua at NYU is open to all undergraduate and graduate students at NYU; to Columbia University undergraduate students as well as MA students in Columbia’s MARSLAC program; and to all students in the doctoral consortium.
Quechua is offered on this cycle:
Fall: Beginner Quechua I, Intermediate Quechua I
Spring: Beginner Quechua I, Beginner Quechua II, and Intermediate II
Independent studies at the Advanced level may be available; contact CLACS for more information.
Please see the NYU Schedule of Classes for current course offerings. Undergraduates should search for Quechua through the Department of Spanish & Portuguese.
Quechua courses satisfy the language requirements of the College of Arts of Sciences, of the undergraduate major in Latin American Studies, and of the Graduate School. CLACS students are able to take Quechua at no cost.
If you are a student at Columbia University, please contact Eliza Kwon, email@example.com, for information on enrolling.
If you are a student in the doctoral consortium, please contact CLACS Program Administrator Isabelle Hazel, firstname.lastname@example.org.