(CI students in Madrid, January 2012)

Four-year Roadmap to B.A. in Spanish

Year

Fall

Spring

Milestones

1

101

102

Fall: Join at least one student organization (e.g., El Club de Español)

Spring: Meet with Spanish program advisor to discuss career options and curricular plans

2

201

202

Fall: Attend CSU study abroad information sessions and/or application workshops

Spring: Meet with Spanish advisor to discuss career options and plan upper-division Spanish curriculum

3

301
310
410
ENG 330

302
411
SPAN Elective

Fall: Prepare a resume; attend a resume workshop at the Career Development Center

Spring: Meet with Spanish advisor to discuss career plans and Capstone for senior year

4

315
400-level lit. course

316
499
SPAN Elective

Fall: Join a professional organization such as AATSP or ATA; attend a local conference

Spring: Prepare for and take OPI or DELE

 

All Spanish majors must complete at least 12 units of 400-level courses with a SPAN prefix.

Please note: This is a general guide that should be used for informational purposes only. The Spanish program cannot guarantee that certain classes will be offered any given semester.

Students are responsible for completing all prerequisites and are advised to consult their CARR and a member of the Spanish faculty to assure appropriate placement and degree progress.

Two-year (transfer) Roadmap to B.A. in Spanish

(for transfer students; assumes 300-level readiness, this is for students with advanced knowledge of Spanish who have completed lower-division Spanish requirements via transfer credit (or A.P. Exams)

YearFallSpringMilestones
3

301
310
410
ENG 330

302
411
SPAN Elective

Fall:

  • Join at least one student organization (e.g., El Club de Español).
  • Meet with Spanish advisor to discuss career options and curricular plans

Spring:

  • Prepare a resume; attend a workshop at the Career Development Center.
  • Meet with Spanish advisor to discuss career plans and Capstone options for senior year

4

315
400-level lit. course

316
499
SPAN Elective

Fall: Join a professional organization such as AATSP or ATA; attend a local professional conference

Spring: Prepare for and take OPI or DELE

All Spanish majors must complete at least 12 units of 400-level courses with a SPAN prefix.

Please note: This is a general guide that should be used for informational purposes only. The Spanish program cannot guarantee that certain classes will be offered any given semester.

Students are responsible for completing all prerequisites and are advised to consult their CARR and a member of the Spanish faculty to assure appropriate placement and degree progress.

Updated 02-27-2021

Back to Top ↑
©