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Spanish (SPAN)

Career Options & Highlights

Folsom Lake College offers the fundamental communication courses for proficiency in Spanish. Students will be able to understand the spoken language, and to speak, read, and write at level proficiency. Spanish leads as the most career applicable foreign language in the State of California. Spanish speaker demographics remain the most stable and fastest growing.

Career Options
Airlines/Travel
Banking
Bilingual Education/Teacher's Aide
Bilingual Telecommunications
Emergency Services
Foreign Service
Foreign Language Teacher
Import & Export
Intelligence/Military Service
International Business
IRS/State Franchise Tax Board
Law Enforcement/Correctional Officer
Overseas Employment: Business & Commerce
Social Security Officer
Social Service
Translating & Interpreting
Tourism

Some career options may require more than two years of college study.

Highlights
- State-of-the-art pedagogical materials, technology, and facilities.
- Spanish department includes nationally published and recognized scholars in the area of methodology. Faculty are internationally trained at native scholar quality.
- Proficiency increases individual marketability, competing business sustainability, and cultural competencies. Spanish continues to lead with unwavering contribution toward student professional success in all areas.

Native speakers who have high school-equivalent reading and writing skills in Spanish should enroll in the SPAN 411 (2A) level course (or above) of their native language.

Updated 6/02/16

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