College of Liberal Arts: Department of Modern Languages: Online Spanish



Online Spanish

Enrollment in Closed Web Sections:

Thank you for your interest in our on-line language courses. The demand for these courses is high and all sections fill quickly as you undoubtedly have discovered. Unfortunately, we cannot grant permission to enroll in closed sections because we are unable to support overload enrollment in any of the on-line sections.

If you hope to find a seat in one of the sections, you will need to monitor enrollment often (i.e., try to enroll and see if there's a seat) and hope for an opening in one of the sections. There is usually a wait list created for you to sign up for and you'll be notified when there is an opening and given a brief period of time to enroll before the seat goes to the next person on the list. Please do not e-mail instructors or the MLLCS office requesting permission to enroll in closed on-line sections as instructors will not give permission and cannot respond to all the individual requests for permission that they receive and the office will just instruct you to put your name on the wait list and monitor enrollment.

In the event that you cannot enroll in one of the web courses, multiple on-campus M-R sections are offered most hours throughout the morning and afternoon and several MW or TR sections are offered at 5:30 and 7:30, so there is sure to be something to fit your scheduling needs.

If those options truly don't work for you, UCO also offers Elementary Spanish I, SPAN1114, and Elementary Spanish II, SPAN1224, through Flex-Ed, formerly correspondence education, at UCO. Call 974-2393, e-mail, or visit or the MLLCS Flex-Ed link for more information.  Flex-Ed Spanish 1114 and 1224 students can complete all lessons except the final exam on-line. 

Remember that if you have a year or more of prior study of Spanish, you may be able to earn credit for 1114 and 1224 through testing. Call 974-2388 or visit the CLEP testing link on the MLLCS department web page for more information.

Good luck with your Spanish studies! We hope to see you in one of our course options in the future.

Thank you,
The Department of Modern Languages

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