Communication & Languages

Interested In Learning A New Language?

Wake Tech has a long history of offering a variety of language learning options. Whether you want to speak a new language, have a ticket to see the world, or simply would like to refresh your skills, we can help you reach your goals. You will learn from experienced language instructors, many of whom are native speakers of the languages they teach. 

Why should you take a foreign language class at Wake Tech?

  • Taught in a relaxed atmosphere, using an interactive and hands-on approach. 
  • Language learning on demand. We offer courses every semester, even during the summer. Do you have a group of people interested or in need of a certain language? We can offer the course on-demand even if it’s not in the current catalog. We can even offer the course at your location! 
  • Seated, online, and hybrid (in-class and online) courses available.

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How do I enroll in a Wake Tech Foreign Language Class?

Registration is open to all adults 18 and older.  Minors aged 16-17 require additional steps. Registration is available online or in-person.   

Not sure which class is right for your skill level?

Contact Us:

Susan Shostak, Languages & Lifelong Learning

[email protected]

919-334-1536

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Beyond the Basics: Advanced Grammar for Non-Native English SpeakersCOM-3711F21 available classes
Save yourself the frustration of misunderstanding and the hassle of wasted time - improve your knowledge of English grammar. This course focuses on understanding and using advanced grammatical structures in context. Students develop an understanding of their own grammatica...
Beyond the Basics: Pronunciation for Non-Native English Speakers Part 1SEF-3001BR22 available classes
Make sure your message is clear to others! Improve your pronunciation, manage your accent, and become more easily understood. Part 1 of this course for non-native English speakers will help you with vowel sounds, word stress and stress patterns, and sentence stress.
Essential Spanish 2FLI-3717AT22 available classes
This is the second part of a five-part, comprehensive series for serious students, ready to make a commitment to study over four semesters. The series establishes a foundation for understanding, speaking, reading, and writing Spanish, with emphasis on pronunciation, parts of...
Intermediate Spanish Conversation and Culture Part 1FLI-3717AS21 available classes
If you have taken courses in Spanish and want to continue your study, this class is for you. Focus on listening and speaking skills within themed units. Participate actively in class. Grammar and vocabulary review are also included, but class time focuses on productive commu...
Introduction to KoreanCSP-4000AS21 available classes
Are you ready to join over 80 million people already speaking Korean? This beginner’s course is for those who have never studied Korean – or have studied it in the past but not retained it. Focus on reading and writing the language, grammar, syntax, and effective communicati...
Methods and Materials for Teaching English As A Second LanguageEDU-3002F31 available classes
This course presents various approaches, methods, and techniques for teaching English as a Second Language. It provides students with the theoretical underpinning to determine how these approaches can be used in an adult ESL classroom. The course includes lectures and teachi...
Sign Language I Part ACOM-3709A31 available classes
Up to 500,000 people in the United States use American Sign Language to communicate. Take the first step towards becoming a part of this language community by enrolling today. In this course, you will study the fundamental elements of American Sign Language and its’ cultural...
Sign Language I Part BCOM-3709B31 available classes
This course is the second course in a series designed to introduce the fundamental elements of American Sign Language within a cultural context. Emphasis is placed on the development of basic expressive and receptive skills.
Spanish for Beginners Part 2SEF-3001BF21 available classes
This is the second part of the slower-paced course of the Spanish language for students who have NO Spanish or other romance language experience.
WordPress EssentialsSEF-3001IM21 available classes
WordPress is one of the most popular Content Management Systems (CMS). Even with little or no experience, you can quickly build a website or create a blog. By the end of the class, you will understand how to use WordPress features to design a visually attractive website and...
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