The Division of Continuing Studies offers the Bachelor of General Studies degree with an area of concentration in Spanish.
|SPAN 1110-1120||Elementary Spanish||10 hrs|
|SPAN 2110-2120||Intermediate Spanish||6 hrs|
|SPAN 3030||Spanish Conversation||3 hrs|
|SPAN 3040||Grammar and Composition||3 hrs|
|SPAN 3410||Spanish Civilization|
|SPAN 3420||Latin American Civilization||3 hrs|
|Spanish Electives/Upper Division||8 hrs|
Students with transfer credit in Spanish must take the Spanish placement exam to determine where they should start in the Spanish language sequence.
Students MUST be able to attend day classes in order to complete this area of concentration.
An area of concentration in Spanish focuses on the language, literature, history, and culture of Spanish-speaking people. This concentration emphasizes how the ability to speak another language fluently can be an asset in today’s global work environment. It will also provide the necessary knowledge to pursue an advanced degree, if desired. Foreign language students may find careers in government or non-profit administration, linguistics, foreign service, immigration, customs, law enforcement, public relations, journalism, marketing, broadcasting, translation, customer services, imports/exports, health services, education, research, tourism, social work, cultural affairs, advertising, and international business.