Degree Options

Associate in Arts in Spanish for Transfer (AA-T)

A major of 20-25 units is required for the associate in arts for transfer degree.

Option 1: Required core courses (25 units):
Fall SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I 5 units
Spring SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II 5 units
Fall SPAN 103 Intermediate Spanish I 5 units
Spring SPAN 104 Intermediate Spanish II
5 units
Spring SPAN 105 Advanced Composition and Grammar 5 units
       25 units

 

Option 2: Required core courses (22 units) (for students that score 3 or higher on the AP Spanish Language examination 5 units are credited for SPAN 103):  

Fall SPAN 102
Elementary Spanish II 5 units
Spring SPAN 111 Intermediate Spanish Conversation 2 units
Fall SPAN 103 Intermediate Spanish I 5 units
Spring SPAN 104 Intermediate Spanish II 5 units
Spring SPAN 105 Advanced Composition and Grammar 5 units
       22 units

 

Option 3: Required Core Courses (20 units)

Students that score 3 or higher on the AP Spanish Language examination are credited 5 units for SPAN 103.

Fall SPAN 103 Intermediate Spanish I 5 units
Spring SPAN 104 Intermediate Spanish II 5 units
Spring SPAN 111 Intermediate Spanish Conversation 2 units
Spring SPAN 105 Advanced Composition and Grammar 5 units
Spring SPAN 112 Advanced Spanish Conversation 3 units
       20 units

DOUBLE COUNTING: A maximum of 6-9 units can be double counted for the major and CSU or IGETC general education requirements.

Select additional courses, if needed, to achieve the 60 units required for the associate in arts in Spanish for transfer degree.
    CSU IGETC
  Major Units: 20-25 20-25
  General Education Units: 39 37
  CSU Transf. Electives: 2-7 4-9
  Double Counted Units: 6 6
  Total Degree Units: 60 60

 

Spanish (A.A.)

A major of 18 units is required for the associate in arts degree. 

Required Core Courses (10 Units):  
Fall SPAN 103   Intermediate Spanish I 5 units
Spring SPAN 104   Intermediate Spanish II
5 units
         
Plus a minimum of 8 units selected from the following:   
  SPAN 105   Advanced Composition and Grammar 5 units
  SPAN 111   Intermediate Spanish Conversation 2 units
  SPAN 112   Advanced Spanish Conversation 3 units
  ENGL 102   Freshman Composition: Literature 3 units 
  FRCH 101   Elementary French I 5 units
  FRCH 102   Elementary French II 5 units
  ITAL 101   Elementary Italian 5 units
  ITAL 102   Elementary Italian 5 units

 

Suggested Pathway for the Associate in Arts in Spanish

Fall SPAN 103 Intermediate Spanish I 5 units
Spring SPAN 104 Intermediate Spanish II 5 units
Spring SPAN 111 Intermediate Spanish Conversation 2 units
Spring SPAN 105 Advanced Composition and Grammar 5 units
Spring SPAN 112 Advanced Spanish Conversation 3 units
  20 units

Certificate of Accomplishment: Spanish Language Skills - Elementary Level

A total of 13-15 units is required for the certificate. 

Required Core Courses:
Fall SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I 5 units
Spring SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II
5 units
Spring SPAN 111 Intermediate Spanish Conversation 2 units
Fall or Spring SPAN 189 Independent Projects in Spanish 1-3 units

Certificate of Accomplishment: Spanish Language Skills - Intermediate Level

A total of 13-15 units is required for the certificate. 

Required Core Courses:
Fall SPAN 103 Intermediate Spanish I 5 units
Spring SPAN 104 Intermediate Spanish II 5 units
Spring SPAN 111 Intermediate Spanish Conversation 2 units
Fall or Spring SPAN 189 Independent Projects in Spanish 1-3 units

Certificate of Accomplishment: Spanish Language Skills - Advanced Level

A total of 9-11 units is required for the certificate. 

Required Core Courses:
Spring SPAN 105 Advanced Composition and Grammar 5 units
Spring SPAN 112 Advanced Spanish Conversation 3 units
Fall or Spring SPAN 189 Independent Projects in Spanish 1-3 units

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