College of Continuing Professional Studies

CCPS Spanish Course Descriptions

100 Level Courses
SPAN 101: Elementary Spanish I
SPAN 102: Elementary Spanish II
SPAN 103: Tools of Elementary Spanish I
SPAN 104: Tools of Elementary Spanish II

200 Level Courses
SPAN 201: Intermediate Spanish III
SPAN 202: Intermediate Spanish IV
SPAN 203: Tools of Intermediate Spanish III
SPAN 204: Tools of Intermediate Spanish IV


SPAN 101: Elementary Spanish I. 3 hours.

Designed to develop, with SPAN 102, an elementary proficiency in Spanish. This course provides instruction for and assesses students' reading, writing, speaking and listening and provides an introduction to the cultures and cultural practices of the Spanish-speaking world.

SPAN 102: Elementary Spanish II. 3 hours.

Prerequisite: SPAN 101.
A continuation of SPAN 101 designed to develop an elementary proficiency for producing and comprehending the Spanish language. This course provides instruction for and assesses students' reading, writing, speaking, listening and develops students' knowledge of the cultures and cultural practices of the Spanish-speaking world.

SPAN 103: Tools of Elementary Spanish I. 3 hours.

Designed to develop, with SPAN 104, an elementary proficiency in three of the five language and cultural skills covered in SPAN 101. This course provides instruction for and assesses of at least three of the following areas: students' reading, writing, speaking, and listening in Spanish and cultures and cultural practices of the Spanish-speaking world.

SPAN 104: Tools of Elementary Spanish II. 3 hours.

A continuation of SPAN 103, designed to continue the development of an elementary proficiency in three of the five language and cultural skills covered in SPAN 102. This course provides instruction for and assesses at least three of the following areas: students' reading, writing, speaking, and listening in Spanish and cultures and cultural practices of the Spanish-speaking world.

SPAN 201: Intermediate Spanish III. 3 hours.

Prerequisite: SPAN 102.
Designed to develop, with SPAN 202, a more advanced proficiency in Spanish. This course provides instruction for and assesses students' reading, writing, speaking and listening and provides a continuation of study of the cultures and cultural practices of the Spanish-speaking world.

SPAN 202: Intermediate Spanish IV. 3 hours.

Prerequisite: SPAN 201.
A continuation of SPAN 201, designed to continue the development of a more advanced proficiency in Spanish. This course provides instruction for and assesses students' reading, writing, speaking and listening and provides a continuation of study of the cultures and cultural practices of the Spanish-speaking world.

SPAN 203: Tools of Intermediate Spanish III. 3 hours.

Designed to develop, with SPAN 204, a more advanced proficiency in three of the five language and cultural skills covered in SPAN 201. This course provides instruction for and assesses at least three of the following areas: students' reading, writing, speaking, and listening in Spanish and cultures and cultural practices of the Spanish-speaking world.

SPAN 204: Tools of Intermediate Spanish IV. 3 hours.

A continuation of SPAN 203, this course is designed to continue the development of a more advanced proficiency in three of the five language and cultural skills covered in SPAN 202. This course provides instruction for and assesses at least three of the following areas: students' reading, writing, speaking and listening in Spanish and cultures and cultural practices of the Spanish-speaking world.

SPAN 290, 390, 490: Selected Topics. 1-3 hours.

SPAN 291, 292, 391, 392, 491, 492: Research.

SPAN 397, 398, 497, 498: Internship.

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