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Community Spanish Interpreter

Overview

The Community Spanish Interpreter curriculum prepares individuals to work as entry-level bilingual professionals who will provide communication access in interview and interactive settings. In addition, this curriculum provides educational training for working professionals who want to acquire Spanish language skills. Course work includes the acquisition of Spanish: grammar, structure, and sociolinguistic properties, cognitive processes associated with interpretation between Spanish and English; the structure and character of the Hispanic community; and acquisition of communication skills.

Credential Requirements

Associate in Applied Science Degree - Community Spanish Interpreter

Semester One
ACA115College Student Success1 Credit(s)
CIS 110Introduction to Computers3 Credit(s)
ENG 111Expository Writing3 Credit(s)
PSY 150General Psychology3 Credit(s)
SPA 111Elementary Spanish I3 Credit(s)
SPA 141Culture and Civilization3 Credit(s)
SPA 181Spanish Lab I1 Credit(s)
Total Semester Credits: 17
Semester Two
SOC 210Introduction to Sociology3 Credit(s)
SPA 112Elementary Spanish II3 Credit(s)
SPA 182Spanish Lab II1 Credit(s)
SPA 215Spanish Phonetics/Structure3 Credit(s)
SPI 113Introduction to Spanish Interpreter3 Credit(s)
SPI 114Analytical Skills Spanish Interpreter3 Credit(s)
Total Semester Credits: 16
Semester Three
SPA 161Cultural Immersion3 Credit(s)
SPA 211Intermediate Spanish I3 Credit(s)
SPA 281Spanish Lab III1 Credit(s)
Total Semester Credits: 7
Semester Four
MAT 140Survey of Mathematics3 Credit(s)
SPA 120Spanish for the Workplace3 Credit(s)
SPA 212Intermediate Spanish II3 Credit(s)
SPA 282Spanish Lab IV1 Credit(s)
SPI 213Review of Grammar3 Credit(s)
Choose One:
COM 231Public Speaking3 Credit(s)
ENG 114Prof Research and Reporting3 Credit(s)
Total Semester Credits: 16
Semester Five
COE 111Co-Op Work Experience I1 Credit(s)
COE 115Work Experience Seminar I1 Credit(s)
SPA 221Spanish Conversation3 Credit(s)
SPA 231Reading and Composition3 Credit(s)
SPI 213Review of Grammar3 Credit(s)
ElectiveHumanities/Fine Arts3 Credit(s)
Choose One:
COM 110Introduction to Communication3 Credit(s)
ENG 114Prof Research and Reporting3 Credit(s)
Total Semester Credits: 17

Certificate - Community Spanish Interpreter

SPA 120Spanish for the Workplace3 Credit(s)
SPA 211Intermediate Spanish I3 Credit(s)
SPA 212Intermediate Spanish II3 Credit(s)
SPI 113Introduction to Spanish Interpreter3 Credit(s)
SPI 114Analytical Skills Spanish Interpreter3 Credit(s)
SPI 214Introduction to Translation3 Credit(s)

Certificate - Community Spanish Facilitator for Native English Speakers

SPA 212Intermediate Spanish II3 Credit(s)
SPA 221Spanish Conversation3 Credit(s)
SPA 231Reading and Composition3 Credit(s)
SPI 113Introduction to Spanish Interpreter3 Credit(s)
SPI 114Analytical Skills Spanish Interpreter3 Credit(s)
SPI 214Introduction to Translation3 Credit(s)

Certificate - Community Spanish Facilitator for Native Spanish Speakers

ENG 111Expository Writing3 Credit(s)
SPA 211Intermediate Spanish I3 Credit(s)
SPI 113Introduction to Spanish Interpreter3 Credit(s)
SPI 114Analytical Skills Spanish Interpreter3 Credit(s)
SPI 214Introduction to Translation3 Credit(s)

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Before registering for classes, all students must complete the general admissions process. Review the Admissions Overview to get started.

Help Paying For School

Students enrolling in for-credit curriculum courses can apply for multiple forms of financial assistance to help pay for school including Federal Student Aid and SCC Foundation Scholarships.

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