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The Spanish Program

The World Languages Department offers a variety of Spanish courses that can be taken in different formats.  Courses are offered on campus, online, on television and in study abroad trips.

First semester Spanish
Span 101  Spanish I  (5 units)
Span 101A  Spanish IA  (3 units)
Span 101B  Spanish IB  (3 units)

Second semester Spanish
Span 102  Spanish II  (5 units)

Third semester Spanish
Span 201  Spanish III  (5 units)
Span 211 Spanish for Heritage Speakers I  (5 units)

Fourth semester Spanish
Span 202  Spanish IV  (5 units)
Span 212 Spanish for Heritage Speakers II  (5 units)
Span 235  Spanish Writing and Conversation  (3 units)

Degree and Certificate Program AA-T in Spanish – Course Requirements

In addition to the general education courses required, the following five (5) courses in Spanish are required:

•Spanish 101*  (5 units)
•Spanish 102*  (5 units)
•Spanish 201    (5 units)    or    Spanish 211  Spanish for Heritage Speakers (5 units)
•Spanish 202    (5 units)    or    Spanish 212  Spanish for Heritage Speakers (5 units)
•Spanish 235    (3 units)

*For students who have NOT taken Spanish 101 or 102 at Palomar, it may be possible to use Credit by Exam to meet these requirements. Students who have already taken the required courses may apply for the degree beginning in Fall 2016.

The AA-T in Spanish is a degree offered by the college. The “T” indicates that students who receive this degree may use this as a way to help them transfer to a 4-year university. This degree requires majoring in Spanish and completing the other GE unit requirements.

The Certificate of Achievement in Spanish requires only the completion of the five Spanish courses (or accepted substitutions).

There are many reasons why students should consider receiving an AA-T or Certificate of Achievement in Spanish.  If you are interested in the degree or certificate, please meet with your counselor as soon as possible.

Faculty and program coordinators:

Dr. Kathleen Sheahan
ksheahan@palomar.edu
(760) 744-1150 ext. 3268

Prof. Carlos Pedroza
cpedroza@palomar.edu
(760)744-1150 ext. 2260

Dr. Elena Villa Fernández de Castro
evillafernandezdecastro@palomar.edu
(760) 744-1150 ext. 3263
Office H-202g

Dr. Adriana Guillen
aguillen@palomar.edu
(760) 744-1150 ext. 2388
Office H-201a

Dr. Scott Nelson
snelson@palomar.edu
(760) 744-1150 ext. 3262
Office H-201c