Spanish 121

Spanish 122

Spanish 123

Spanish 221

Spanish 222

Spanish 223



Spanish for Healthcare Workers

Hispanic Activities

Tutoring Schedule

Hispanic Studies Certificate (NEW!!) Get more for your studies!

Important Handouts

Extra Credit Activities and Events

Stimulating Links (Radio, T.V. etc..)

Spanish Conversation Group (Tertulia)

Movies in Spanish in the library for extra credit

Take the DELE exam to make officially measure your level of Spanish. (Dipoloma de Español como Lengua Extranjera)

Música y bailes del mundo hispano

Día de los Muertos (Powerpoint presentation)


Program in Hispanic Studies Certificate (20 Credits)


The Program in Hispanic Studies is a 20-credit interdisciplinary certificate.  The program exists to foster awareness, knowledge and understanding of the Hispanic world.  It offers the student an opportunity to engage in a concentrated study of the diverse culture, art, language, literature and history of Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, Hispanic North America and Spain.  Given the continued importance of Latin America to the United States and the increasing population of Hispanics in the United States, this focused program of study will be advantageous to those students entering the job market as well as transfer students.


Students may enter this certificate program during any quarter.

A 2.5 GPA is required for those courses applied to the certificate.



Dept/No.                     Course Title                                  Credits_________________


Required courses (10 credits):


SPAN 202                   Intermediate Spanish                          5


HIST 233                    History of Latin America                      5



Elective courses (at least 10 credits):


SPAN 203                   Intermediate Spanish                          5


HUM 190                    Latin American Culture through             5



HUM 191                    Latin America in Film                           5


HIST 228                    Latinos in the United States                 5


Note: Students may petition the Advisory Board to apply courses to the Certificate not on the elective list.