SPAN 1002. Elementary Spanish 2 (3-0-3) Continued listening, speaking, reading, and writing in Spanish with further study of the culture of Spanish-speaking regions. Students belong in SPAN 1002 if the student received credit for Spanish 1001 (either at CSU or as a transfer, or by taking the CLEP exam or by taking the AP exam) or the student took 2 or more years of high school Spanish regardless of how long ago it was taken.
SPAN 2001. Intermediate Spanish 1 (3-0-3) Prerequisite: SPAN 1002. A more advanced course in composition, conversation, grammar, and reading. This course aims at a thorough study of the Spanish language, pronunciation, verb study, oral expression, and functional grammar. Cultural study focuses on Spanish-speaking America. Students belong in SPAN 2001 if the student received credit for Spanish 1002 (either at CSU or as a transfer, or by taking the CLEP exam or by taking the AP exam) or the student is a heritage speaker (the student learned Spanish at home as a child but Spanish was a minority language in the society). Competency levels may vary so if there are questions about placement, refer the student to MCL department. Note: if the heritage speaker student wishes credit for this course (as well as the SPAN 1001-1002 courses) to appear on their transcript without taking the course, then the CLEP exam in Spanish should be taken to determine the amount of Spanish credit to be awarded.