The major of Spanish provides a linguistic and grammatical study of the language and an in-depth look into the culture of Spanish-speaking peoples. The objective of the program is to prepare students for transfer to a four-year university. Employment opportunities are numerous, and include both academic and non-academic positions, including working for corporations, business entities, and not-for-profits. Numerous career pathways are open to students demonstrating a proficiency in spoken and written Spanish including, but not limited to, teaching, social service, and retail.
|Required Courses: 18 units
|SPAN B1ab||Elementary Spanish 5.0|
|SPAN B2ab||Elementary Spanish 5.0|
|SPAN B3||Intermediate Spanish 4.0|
|SPAN B10||Spanish for Heritage Speakers|
|SPAN B4||Intermediate Spanish 4.0|