The Associate of Arts in Spanish (AA in Spanish) requires 20 units of major core courses, which provides students with a solid foundation in the Spanish language and the cultures of the Spanish-speaking world. The Associate of Arts in Spanish provides students with the necessary coursework to transfer to a four-year university where students will have the opportunity to complete a bachelor's or graduate degree in Spanish. Depending on their entry level of Spanish, students can choose among the following courses: SPAN 1A, SPAN 1B, SPAN 2A, SPAN 2B, SPAN 3A, SPAN 3B. Each course is 5 units.
Required Core Courses (20 units)
|Course Number||Course Title||Units|
|SPAN001A||Beginning Spanish||5 units|
|SPAN001B||Beginning Spanish||5 units|
|SPAN002A||Intermediate Spanish||5 units|
|SPAN002B||Intermediate Spanish||5 units|
|SPAN003A||Advanced Spanish Oral and Written Composition||5 units|
|SPAN003B||Advanced Spanish Oral and Written Composition||5 units|
Total Major Units: 20 units
To be awarded an Associate Degree, a student must:
- Achieve a grade of “C” or better in the major requirements.
- Completion of WVC, CSU-Breadth, or IGETC General Education patterns. Students whose goal is to obtain a bachelor’s degree should complete the CSU-Breadth or IGETC General Education pattern.
- Complete additional degree applicable units to meet the minimum 60-unit Associate Degree requirements.