Our Programs 
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Student Learning Outcome:
 Students will be able to demonstrate proficiency in communicating in          expressive and receptive forms in Spanish. 
 Compare and contrast cultures and histories of the Spanish-speaking   world.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Program Requirements:                                      Units Required: 18
                                                                                              Units
SPAN-150 Beginning Conversational Spanish .................... 3.0
SPAN-201 Intermediate Spanish I.........................................4.0
SPAN-202 Intermediate Spanish 11 .....................................4.0
SPAN-240 Introduction to Latin American Literature ........... 3.0
 
Plus four units from the following:
SPAN-102 Elementary Spanish II ........................................ 4.0
SPAN·212 Spanish for Heritage Speakers II ....................... 4.0
 
SPANISH 101 ELEMENTARY SPANISH I
Develops linguistic and cultural proficiency at the novice mid level. Taught in Spanish. Corresponds to the first two years of high school Spanish. Not appropriate for native or heritage speakers.
UC credit limitation: SPAN-101 and 101A combined, maximum credit one course.
 
SPANISH 101H ELEMENTARY SPANISH I - Honors (Fall 2015)
Develops linguistic and cultural proficiency at the novice mid level. Taught in Spanish within a cultural context. Corresponds to the first two years of high school Spanish. Not appropriate for native or heritage speakers. UC credit limitation: SPAN-101 and 211 combined, maximum credit one course. Additional reading ans writing assigmentsare requiredfor honors section.
 
SPAN 102 ELEMENTARY SPANISH II
Prerequisite: SPAN-101
Develops linguistic and cultural proficiency at the novice high level. Corresponds to the third year of high school Spanish. Not appropriate for native or heritage speakers. UC credit limitation: SPAN-102 and 212 combined, maximum credit one course.
 
SPAN 150 BEGINNING CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH
Essentials of Spanish for conversational and practical usage. Intensive practice in the expression and
comprehension of spoken Spanish. Emphasizes the practical application of the language, not grammar
acquisition or review.
 
SPAN 201 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I
Prerequisite: SPAN-102
Presents Spanish grammar at the intermediate level, emphasizing practical and idiomatic usage as well as analyzing essays, poems and short stories in Spanish by famous authors from the Spanish-speaking world.
 
SPAN 202 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II
Prerequisite: SPAN-201
Presents more advanced grammatical structures and syntax at the intermediate high level, emphasizing linguistic and cultural proficiency using cultural and literary materials.
 
SPAN 211 SPANISH FOR HERITAGE SPEAKER I                                                                                     
Focuses on developing and strengthening reading and writing skills while exploring Spanish-speaking culture. Emphasis is placed on spelling, punctuation, lexical variations, idioms and cultural components of the Spanish language. This class is designed for students who communicate in Spanish, heritage speakers, and/or have near-native oral proficiency. UC credit limitation: SPAN-101 and 211 combined, maximum credit one course. 
SPAN 212 SPANISH FOR HERITAGE SPEAKER II                                                                                     
Focuses on reading and writing with special attention to formal aspects of the language while exploring the Spanish speaking culture. Designed for students who communicate in Spanish and/or have near-native oral proficiency. UC credit limitation: SPAN-102 and 212 combined, maximum credit one course.
 
SPAN 240 INTRODUCTION TO LATIN AMERICAN LITERATURE
Surveys literature and culture of Latin America from 1492 to the present, including basic literary concepts and analysis of the four genres, narrative, essay, poetry, and drama within literary movements in Latin America. Lectures and discussions are in Spanish.
 
YEAR 1 - FALL: 101, 211, 102, 212, 150, 201
YEAR 1 - SPRING: 101, 211, 102, 212, 150, 202, 240
YEAR 2 - FALL: 101, 211, 102, 212 150, 201
YEAR 2 - SPRING: 101, 211, 102, 212, 150, 202, 240
 
*Based on enrollments
 
Note: Summer and Winter Terms generally offer first year college courses. For more information contact Department Chair.