Name: Fernando Oleas
Office: FO 3104
Spanish Associate of Arts Degree
Associate Degree requirements must be completed with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 (C) or better.
The objectives of the AA program in Spanish are to develop competence in the ability to understand, speak, read, and write Spanish, and through that competence, increase the awareness and appreciation of the Spanish language and culture.
PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this degree program, students will:
- Demonstrate intermediate-level oral proficiency in the Spanish language as defined by the ACTFL guidelines.
- Demonstrate intermediate-level proficiency in the grammar structure, tense, mood and syntax.
- Demonstrate intermediate-level proficiency in writing and reading comprehension in the Spanish language.
- Demonstrate general knowledge of the social, political, cultural and economic conditions in the countries in which Spanish is spoken.
MAJOR - REQUIRED COURSES
Language Requirement – A minimum of 10 units from the following:
SPANISH 4 Intermediate Spanish I or higher 5
SPANISH 37 Advanced Composition and
Conversation for Spanish Speakers 5
SPANISH 5 Advanced Spanish I 5
SPANISH 6 Advanced Spanish II 5
Culture Requirement – A minimum of 6 units from the following:
SPANISH 9 Hispanic Civilization 3
SPANISH 10 Latin-American Civilization 3
SPANISH 11 Great Books of Spanish Literature 3
SPANISH 12 Contemporary Mexican Literature 3
SPANISH 15 Great Books of Latin America 3
SPANISH 16 Mexican Civilization 3
SPANISH 25 Spanish American Short Story
In Translation 3
SPANISH 26 Understanding Latin America
Through Film 3
SPANISH 27 Cultural Awareness
Through Advanced Conversation 3
SPANISH 65 Mexican Literature and Culture 3
MAJOR - ELECTIVE COURSES
Select a minimum of 3 units from the following:
ANTHRO 102 Human Ways of Life:
Cultural Anthropology 3
ANTHRO 161 Introduction to Linguistics 3
HISTORY 5 History of the Americas I 3
HISTORY 6 History of the Americas II 3
MAJOR - TOTAL UNITS 19 units
Completing the Associate Degree does not necessarily meet the university-admission requirements for transfer. An Associate Degree is not a requirement for transfer to either the CSU or UC campuses.
Private and out-of-state colleges and universities have unique transfer requirements. However, if you would like to transfer to a university and earn an associate degree, early educational planning can make this goal achievable. You should meet with a counselor early in your studies to develop an Educational Plan that fulfills both transfer requirements and associate degree requirements.
GENERAL EDUCATION - REQUIRED COURSES
Students must complete one of the following General Education Plans:
Plan A: General Studies general education plan 30 units
Plan B: NOT AVAILABLE WITH THIS MAJOR
Plan C: CSU GE Breadth Certification Plan 39 units
Plan D: IGETC 34-39 units
Source: Pierce College Catalog 2014-2016