The perfect pharmacy Spanish courses to focus your learning on the vocabulary and phrases you need to speak Spanish responsibly in the pharmacy!
We’ve helped thousands of pharmacists learn Spanish over the last 20 years, and now that these time-tested courses are online, they’re available to you too!
If you’re not certain what level is best for you, take our Spanish placement test and we’ll give you our recommendation!
Two courses offered during fall and spring semesters:
This Beginning Pharmacy Spanish course is tailored for pharmacy students & pharmacists, and others wanting to speak Spanish in the pharmacy.
The Online format gives you an opportunity to learn at your own pace, and login to our weekly live practice sessions (fall & spring semesters).
Join this class if you’re ready to become comfortable with conversational Spanish and medical vocabulary in various pharmaceutical contexts.
Live Practice sessions scheduled for Wednesdays @ 5:15p Mountain time starting Aug 26.
This Intermediate Pharmacy Spanish course is tailored for pharmacy students, pharmacists and others wanting to improve their confidence and fluency with Spanish in the pharmacy.
It is a perfect for the student with 2+ years of High School Spanish or 1+ years of college Spanish in the past, who wants to review what they already know and gain more knowledge of medical terminology in the pharmacy context.
Join this class if you’re ready to boost your Spanish conversational skills and medical vocabulary in various pharmaceutical contexts.
Live Practice sessions scheduled for Wednesdays @ 6:30p Mountain time starting Aug 26.
How do these hybrid pharmacy Spanish classes work?
- Every week a new lesson opens with several topics that support that main lesson.
- You work through the lessons at your own pace and when it’s convenient for you.
- Then the following week you join the live practice session with the rest of the students and get the practice you need speaking and listening in Spanish.
- If you miss the live practice session, we’ll record it for you to view later.
- Then you start over again the next day with a new lesson with supporting topics.