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.
If you are a student at Columbia University, please contact Eliza Kwon, firstname.lastname@example.org, for information on enrolling.
If you are a student in the doctoral consortium, please contact CLACS Program Administrator Bel Destefani, email@example.com.