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  Dec 17, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Academic Catalog

Spanish B.A.


View information for the Department of Philosophy and Modern Languages , including Learning Objectives for the department and its programs.

View the degree program Roadmap, which provide recommended advising maps to complete the degree program. Please consult your academic advisor as you develop your academic plan.

Program Learning Outcomes

  1. Further develop analytical and critical reading skills in Spanish, demonstrating the ability to read, comprehend and interpret a variety of culturally diverse literary, non-literary, visual and multi-media texts.
  2. Demonstrate formal writing skills in Spanish that exhibit a solid control of the grammar and well-developed arguments including: thesis, focus, explanation, description, supportive arguments, examples, textual support, and supportive bibliography.
  3. Understand and interpret the target language and gain the ability to present information, concepts, and ideas in the target language to a diverse audience of listeners or readers.

Requirements


1. Complete the University General Education requirements for the Bachelor of Arts degree.


(51 units minimum)

Click here to view General Education requirements. 

2. Complete the following prerequisites to the major:


(12-14 units)

a. The following two courses (or their equivalent):


(6 units)

OR

(6 units)

  • AP exemption (Spanish Literature)

b. One of the following two-course sequences (or their equivalent):


(8 units)

or

(6 units)

OR

(6 units)

  • AP exemption (Spanish Language)

3. Complete the major of not less than 24 upper-division units.


No more than 8 units of CR-graded course work in courses graded exclusively CR/NC may apply toward the major.

Note:


A student who can demonstrate equivalent preparation may be exempt from 4 to 14 units of the lower-division requirement. Two years of college-level Spanish or the equivalent is required for admission to upper-division courses.

Completion of an academic minor in a related discipline is not required, but is strongly recommended for single subject credential candidates.

The Major


(24 units)

1. Complete the following two courses:


(6 units)

3. Select 9 units of additional upper-division Spanish coursework, as approved by the department.


(9 units)