Program Level: Pre-Majors/Transfer
Department: Creative and Communication Arts
Institute: Creative & Communication Arts
College: SAC

What is the Spanish program?

Languages @ SAC provides a quality education that facilitates the academic, professional, and personal growth of its students so that they can meet the challenges of living and work in a complex global society. Advanced language learning brings advanced cultural insights, increases global understanding, and reveals the limitations of any monolingual view of the world. Our courses help students become diversity-sensitive individuals ready to face a new era in today's increasingly interdependent world community.

What will I learn?

The courses in World Languages are taught with an emphasis on four skills, speaking, reading, writing, and listening. Students will develop language skills associated with everyday tasks i.e. work, home, school, health, tourism et al. Related vocabulary and level appropriate grammatical structures are also part of the program.

What can I do with this course of study?

Bilingualism can improve your competitiveness in the job market and open up new career opportunities. Bilingualism can enhance your competitiveness in the job market and open up new career opportunities. Speaking a second language improves problem-solving, multi-tasking, and decision-making. Being bilingual can delay the signs of Alzheimer's. Being bilingual makes the acquisition of a third language even easier. Provides a better global perspective and appreciation of language and culture for business or personal travel. Learning another language encourages tolerance of people and cultures.

Last updated 5/18/2021

What's special about this program?

Faculty members are highly qualified and strive to stay current in their field of expertise. The faculty utilizes innovative techniques to keep students engaged and aims to develop a positive rapport with all students.

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Contact Us

  Spanish Full Time & Adjunct Faculty 2021

Dr. Tom Cox
Chair Languages@SAC email


Oppenheimer Center  119

Maricela Ramon

Academic Unit Assistant

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