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Modern Language Department

​​​​​​    ​​​The Modern Languages Department at Santiago Canyon College offers quality language experiences to expand awareness and understanding of cultural diversity and other worldviews through languages learning. In addition to providing timely university transfer courses, the department offers an Associate in Arts in Modern Languages, an Associate in Arts in Spanish for Transfer,  an American Sign Language Certificate of Achievement as well as community services learning activities.

 

 

​LEARNING OUTCOME(S)

Upon successful completion of the major requirements for this degreem students will be able to:
  • Demonstrate understanding of the cultural perspectives and mores of the spanish speakers in Latin America and Spain.
  • Demonstrate understanding of the Spanish language through the synthesis, analysis and evaluation of the target language to derive meaning of implicit and explicit written material and spoken messages in authentic cultural context. 

Associate in Arts
Spanish for Transfer (32045)

​​​​​Major requirements (option 1)
*If student places out of any of the courses mentioned in Option1, student will need to take additional courses from LIST A to fulfill the unit requirement.
​Spanish 101/101H, Elementary Spanish I (5)
​OR Spanish 101A, Elementary Spanish IA (2.5)
AND Spanish 101B, Elementary Spanish IB (2.5)                                           5
​​Spanish 102/102H, Elementary Spanish II (5)                                                5
​Spanish 201, Intermediate Spanish I                                                               5
Spanish 202, Intermediate Spanish !!                                                              5


 


​​​​​Major requirements (option 2​)

​In addition to the required core courses for Option 2, student will need to take additional courses from LIST A to fulfill the unit requirement for this degree.​
​Spanish 110, Spanish for Spanish Speakers 1 (5)
Spanish 111, Spanish for Spanish Speakers 2 (5)
Select one (1) course from the following (List A):
​Anthropology 101/101H, Introduction to Cultural Antropology (3)
Chicano Studies 101, Introduction to Chicano Studies (3)
Communications 120/120H, Introduction to Intercultural Communication (3)
​English 246, Survey of Chicano Literature (3)
Ethnic Studies101, Introduction to Ethnic Studies (3)
Geography 100/100H, World Regional Geography (3)
History 124, Mexican-American History in the United States (3)
French 101, Elementary French I (5)
Italian 101, Elementary Italian I (5)
Sociology 100/100H,​ Introduction to Sociology (3)
Sociology 220/220H,​ Introduction to Gender and Sexualities (3)
Spanish 194, Beginning Conversational Spanish (3)
Spanish 195A, Advanced Conversational Spanish (3)
Spanish 195B, Adv​anced Conversational Spanish (3)
Spanish 213, College Spanish Composition (3)
​ ​                                                                                     Total 23-25
 

 

Proposed Course offerings 2018-2020​​​

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List Courses​
FALL   
2018​  
INTER-
SESSION
2019​
SPRING
2019​
SUMMER
2019​
FALL
2019​
INTER-
SESSION
2020​
​​SPRING
2020
SUMMER
2020
Spanish 101​​YES​​​​YES

​YES

​YES

​YES

YES

​YES

​YES

Spanish 102​YES
​YES


​YES

​YES

Spanish 110
​YES
​YES

​YES

​YES

Spanis111​​
​YES
​YES

​YES

Spanish 115


​YES
​YES

Spanish ​194
​YES
​YES

Spanish 195
Spanish 195A​YES
​YES

Spanish 195B​YES​
Spanish 201​YES
​YES

Spanish 202
​YES
​YES​
Spanish 213
​YES

Please contact any of our department faculty for more information about the department.

 
 

Lourdes Fajardo
Department Chair

(714) 628-4938
Office Location: H-214
fajardo_lourdes@sccollege.edu​

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