Foreign Language (802)

802-160. Spanish - Beginning. (3 Credits)

Take a conversational approach to learning Spanish while becoming familiar with beginning terminology. Enhance ability to understand and be sensitive to the difficulties encountered in cross-cultural communication. Note: Students who have foreign language proficiency (Spanish or other) acquired by background or formal training should apply for a language proficiency that might meet the requirements of this course.

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802-165. Business Spanish Applications. (3 Credits)

Achieve a higher level of skill in using Spanish as a second language in the business environment while discussing topics such as forms, documentation, and business settings. Note: Students who have foreign language proficiency (Spanish or other) acquired by background or formal training should apply for a language proficiency that might meet the requirements of this course.

Prerequisites: (802-160 with a minimum grade of C)

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802-166. Spanish for Interpreters. (2 Credits)

This class helps students advance in the correct use and application of the Spanish language in interpreting jobs in the field of service occupations and/or in the community at large. Emphasis will be on language communications and listening skills and appropriate technical terminology. Class will be taught at an intermediate level of Spanish.

Prerequisites: Spanish Placement Test 466

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802-167. Span for Hospitality Industry. (1 Credit)

Explore the language skills of general communication in Spanish within a context of diversity and cultural awareness during this course for those in the Hospitality industry. Develop a Spanish vocabulary applicable to front desk work, and basic tourism questions.

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802-177. Spanish for Protective Servics. (3 Credits)

This beginning course in Spanish focuses on the terminology needed in the field of protective services and on the cultural aspects present when interacting with people from Hispanic backgrounds who may have limited proficiency skills in the English language.

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802-182. Hospitality Industry Spanish. (2 Credits)

Develop skills in the Spanish language to be utilized in the field of the Hospitality Industry. This interactive class will focus on communication within a context of diversity and cultural awareness. Students will acquire pertinent vocabulary for front desk work and basic tourism questions.

Prerequisites: (High School GPA 2.60 or Higher ) or (Accuplacer ESL Language Use 103 and Accuplacer ESL Sentence Mean 103) or (COMPASS-Writing Skills 59 or COMPASS/ESL - Grammar 90 or ACT-English 17 or ASSET-Writing Skills 41 or Accuplacer Sentence Skills 082 or Next-Gen Accuplacer Writing 250 or TABE Advanced Language 11.0 or TABE-11 A Language 631 or TABE-12 A Language 631 or Completed Intro College Wrtg or College Proficiency - Writing or 831-103 with a minimum grade of C or 851-771 with a minimum grade of S)

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802-186. Spanish Dialects. (1 Credit)

Study words and expressions utilized in different countries of the Spanish-speaking world as they relate to health, work and everyday living. Cultural ethnic background, historical, and immigration factors will be part of this interactive and informative class.

Prerequisites: 538-103 with a minimum grade of C

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802-466. Span/Med Personnel-Beg. (0.85 Credits)

This is a beginning Spanish course open to anyone, but tailored especially to meet the needs of people working in the medical field, i.e., doctors, dentists, nurses, and EMT's. The course will explain the basics of the Spanish language while incorporating situational language needed in medical settings. Textbook required.

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802-466C. Spanish Med Personnel Begin. (1.6 Credits)

A seminar designed for workers in the medical field to provide practical skills to help patients and families.

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802-467E. Span for Bus and Travel. (0.35 Credits)

This course will focus on developing basic skills to function adequately while traveling and/or conducting business abroad.

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802-661. Spanish I - Practical.

This is a beginning course in Spanish for those who have had little or no Spanish. It focuses on the practical use of language in travel and everyday life. The class covers common vocabulary and present and future verb conjugations of regular and some irregular verbs. Other elements covered include: greetings, question words, telling time, asking and giving directions and possessive pronouns. This is a twenty-four hour course. All students are encouraged to continue their study the following semester with Practical Spanish II. Textbook required for class.

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802-662. Spanish II - Practical.

This course is a continuation of Practical Spanish I. Students will increase their knowledge of basic Spanish vocabulary and continue grammatical studies with formal commands, the present progressive and preterit tenses. More emphasis will be placed on oral communication with partners using new vocabulary and tenses. This is a twenty-four hour course. All students are encouraged to continue their Spanish study in Practical Spanish III. A textbook is required for the class.

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802-664. Spanish III - Practical.

This course is a continuation of Practical Spanish II. Students will continue to enhance their vocabulary. Grammar studies include the irregular preterit, imperfect and conditional tenses, familiar commands and certain idiomatic expressions. More emphasis will be placed on reading, writing and speaking. Textbook required for class.

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