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Spanish

Department Description
Learning a second language has become a key educational component for career and personal enhancement in the global economy. Regardless of the major that you choose, adding Spanish will enhance your job opportunities and add to your scope of intercultural understanding as our country evolves demographically and linguistically. The CLC Spanish Department offers beginning and intermediate level language classes. Students are encouraged to meet with instructors or inquire about the CLEP test if uncertain about entry level of study.

Department Learning Outcomes
Students will be able to:
*Demonstrate appropriate class level oral or expressive World Language skills.
*Demonstrate knowledge and appreciation of cultural values, norms and traditions per specific World Language, and will demonstrate basic understanding that these differences have an impact on group *relationships and interactions.
*Demonstrate appropriate class level receptive and/or written World Language skills.
*Demonstrate appropriate cultural rules of interaction when conversing in the target language.

Special Department Information
Students may elect to complete a certificate in Latin American Studies that will enrich their understanding and appreciation of Latin American culture, communication, language, music, and art. This program is appropriate for citizens in an increasingly diverse society and for individuals entering or currently employed in positions in education, business, criminal justice, and other occupations where an understanding of Hispanic culture enhances their abilities in the workplace. Students will have an opportunity to study the cultural, historical, political, economic, religious, and social realities of Mexico, Central, and South America to gain a better understanding of the Hispanic impact on the United States and the growing Latino population in Minnesota.

Employment Opportunities
Spanish is the second language of this country. Therefore, being bilingual will be a major asset in any career you choose to pursue.

 





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Department Course Offerings
SPAN 1401  Beginning Spanish I  (4cr)
SPAN 1402  Beginning Spanish II (4cr)
SPAN 1597  Topics in Spanish (1-3cr)
SPAN 1598  Topics in Spanish (1-3cr)
SPAN 2401  Intermediate Spanish I  (4cr)
SPAN 2402  Intermediate Spanish II (2cr)
SPAN 2403  Interm Spanish: Reading, Writing, Speaking (2cr)
SPAN 2420  Many Faces of Mexico (3cr) 

LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES CERTIFICATE
Gainful Employment
ANTH  2425   Cultures of Latin America (3cr)
SPAN  1402   Beginning Spanish II (4cr)
SPAN  2401   Intermediate Spanish I (4cr)
SPAN  2402   Intermediate Spanish II  (2cr)
SPAN  2403   Int. Spanish Reading/Writing/Speaking (2cr)
SPAN  2420   Many Faces of Mexico  (3cr)

GRADUATION REQUIREMENT 18 CREDITS

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