The Spanish minor is designed to provide you with the language skills needed to be successful in a bilingual environment.
- Gain a career advantage in the multicultural context of the Central Valley.
- Take courses about the cultures of the Hispanic world.
The ability to understand and communicate in the Spanish language is a highly desired skill in the workplace, so much so that professionals with this ability are often preferred, and promoted, in positions that interact with a diverse audience.
Gina Ponce de León, Ph.D.
- Spanish language placement test (password: sunbirds1)
For more information, you may contact the program director Gina Ponce de Leon at firstname.lastname@example.org or 559-453-7183.
Prerequisites (16 Units)
|SPAN-100*||Elementary Spanish I||4|
|SPAN-105*||Elementary Spanish II||4|
|SPAN-200*||Intermediate Spanish I||4|
|SPAN-205*||Intermediate Spanish II||4|
* or demonstrated proficiency
Required Courses (15 Units)
Select five courses from the following:
|SPAN-300||Advanced Spanish I||3|
|SPAN-304||Advanced Spanish II (Translation Laboratory)||3|
|SPAN-305||Composition and Conversation in Spanish||3|
|SPAN-320||History of Spanish Language||3|
|SPAN-325||Formal Spanish Oral Communication||3|
|SPAN-327||Spain: Civilization and Culture||3|
|SPAN-328||Latin American Civilization and Culture||3|
|SPAN-330||Latin American Thought: Readings in Spanish||3|