Spanish/Latin American Studies
Department Affiliation: Language and Culture
Spanish is the second most widely spoken language in the world and in the United States, and it is of particular importance in our state of California and other states. Complete proficiency of the language provides enormous leverage in all public and private sectors of the job market.
The department offers Majors, Emphasis, Minors, Certificates and AA that lead to a proficiency in the four language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Incorporated into the program are the cultures, literatures, and civilizations of the Spanish speaking world.
Spanish/Latin American Studies B.A. Major: 41 units
Spanish/Latin American Studies B.A. with Translation Emphasis: 35 units
Spanish/Latin American Studies B.A. with Spanish Journalism Emphasis: 35
Spanish/Latin American Studies B.A. with Chicano Studies Emphasis: 35
Spanish/Latin American Studies Minor: 18 units
Chicano Studies Minor: 18 units
A.A. Human Services for Bilingual Settings. See A.A. Human Services (Sociology).
B.A. Major in Spanish and Business Administration, as listed below.