Dec 15, 2018  
2018-2019 College Catalog 
    
2018-2019 College Catalog

Spanish - World Languages, A.A.


Return to {$returnto_text} Return to: Programs of Study

World Languages

This program allows students to focus on the Spanish language and the cultures that speak Spanish for their Associate of Arts degree. Students must successfully complete the core courses with a “C” or higher to meet program requirements. After completing the Spanish Core Requirements, students will have the foundation necessary to continue Spanish study at an intermediate level. With the choices offered in the Core Electives, students will also be exposed to courses which offer a focus on the relationship of language, culture, history, and peoples as these contribute to a deeper understanding of our global society. Students should consult with their advisor and the appropriate transfer college catalog to plan their program of study. 

General Education Requirements


Students should refer to the Graduation Requirements .

Total General Education Requirements: 26-28 Credits


Core and Elective courses taken as part of completion of a degree program may also be used to meet General Education requirements where applicable. Please note that use of these courses to meet General Education requirements may reduce the number of hours required to complete a degree, however that number cannot be reduced below the institutional minimum of 60 credits.

Core Courses


Any combination of the following classes equivalent to four semesters or 14-16 credits hours in Spanish:


Total Core Courses: 14-16 Credits


Core Electives


Students should choose courses from the following list totaling 6-8 credits.

Total Core Electives: 6-8 Credits


Recommended Transfer and General Education Electives


The following courses are recommended as electives for General Education Requirements and Transfer programs.

Total Elective Courses: 8-12 Credits


Minimum Credits for Degree = 60


Modern Language Education


Students who plan to teach at the secondary level should complete coursework both in the Secondary Education program and in their primary language (Spanish). Students need to work closely with their Northwest advisors to monitor the requirements of transfer institutions. Language majors have found it helpful to initiate study of a second foreign language during their first two years of college work. Northwest’s course offerings and scheduling support such an option.

Return to {$returnto_text} Return to: Programs of Study