Santa Barbara City College – Spanish AA-T

Required Core (complete ALL of the following courses)

SPAN 101: Beginning Spanish I (5 units)*

SPAN 102: Beginning Spanish II (5 units)*

SPAN 103: Intermediate Spanish I (5 units)*
or SPAN 146: Spanish for Native Speakers (5 units)

SPAN 104: Intermediate Spanish II (5 units)*
or SPAN 147: Spanish for Native Speakers (5 units)

List A (select ONE course from the following)

ACCT 230: Financial Accounting (5 units)*

CHST 115: Introduction to Mexican Literature

CIS 101: Intro to Computers & Info Systems (4 units)*

COMM 101: Introduction to Communication (3 units)*

COMM 121: Interpersonal Communication (3 units)
or COMM 121H: Interpersonal Communication, Honors (3 units)

COMM 235: Argumentation and Debate (3 units)

ENG 111: Crit. Think. & Comp. Through Lit (3 units)
or ENG 111H: Crit. Think. & Comp. Through Lit, Honors (3 units)

ENG 232: World Literature (3 units)

HIST 134: Hist. Latin Amer: 1800’s-Mod Period (3 units)

PHIL 111: Critical Think & Writing in Phil (3 units)*

SPAN 120: Beginning Spanish Conversation (3 units)

SPAN 130: Intermediate Conversation (3 units)

SPAN 132: Introduction to Literary Analysis (3 units)

SPAN 134: Survey of Latin American Literature (3 units)

SPAN 135: Latin American Culture (4 units)

SPAN 136: Contemp. Cultures-Central America (3 units)

SPAN 138: Contemp. Cultures-South America (4 units)

SPAN 139: Contemporary Culture of Spain (3 units)

SPAN 140: Intermediate Conversation (3 units)

SPAN 150: Advanced Spanish (4 units)

SPAN 160: Advanced Spanish (4 units)

*The courses noted with an asterisk were offered online at least once at this college during 2018.

In addition to the courses listed above, complete one of the following general education patterns:

  • Option 2 – CSU General Education Breadth
  • Option 3 – IGETC – Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum

Important Note: Some of the courses listed above may also satisfy general education requirements. We encourage all students to meet with a counselor, onsite or online, to create a education plan that will provide the most efficient pathway to degree completion.

The courses listed above, along with Option 2 and Option 3 may or may not be offered online every term at this college. Visit the college’s website (below) for online options in its class schedule.  If you don’t find what you need, search our online course finder to locate an equivalent online course currently available from a partner college.

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