Skip to Site Navigation | Skip to Local Navigation | Skip to Content

Welcome to the Spanish Language Program

The study of foreign languages in a liberal arts setting is part of a larger humanistic project to promote critical reflection and research on the world’s history, cultures, and literatures. As such, language study prepares students to be informed, articulate, and engaged leaders in a global society. Students who study foreign languages find careers in teaching, and, with additional preparation in a content area such as political science, economics, business or international relations, are well prepared to work in private industry and government. Knowledge of foreign languages is an asset in the fields of medicine, social work and law enforcement. Likewise, facility in a foreign language enhances career opportunities in the service and hospitality industries.

Which level of Spanish should I enroll in?

Spanish Placement Guidelines

Spanish - Scope and Sequence
A summary of topics presented in the Spanish 1, 2, 3, and 4 textbooks.

Prerequisites

Spanish 1: None

Spanish 2: Spanish 1 or two years of high school Spanish, or equivalent skills

Spanish 3: Spanish 2 or equivalent skills

Spanish 4: Spanish 3 or equivalent skills

 

Contact Information
Spanish Language Department
Chair: Francisco Íñiguez
Phone: 831.479.6407
Location: Room 511A
Department Staff and Faculty Directory Map and Directions
    Was this page helpful?    
Just Report It Ask Cabrillo WebAdvisor Cabrillo Library Cabrillo Bookstore  Canvas icon  Facebook Icon Twitter Icon YouTube

© 2013 Cabrillo Community College District

Campus Safety | Accessibility | Title IX

Main Campus, 6500 Soquel Drive Aptos CA 95003, 831.479.6100