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/programs/Pages/spanish-transfer-pathway.aspxLiberal Arts and Fine ArtsNoMichael Johnson 22/8/2021 2:29 PM
Associate of Arts Degree - Spanish Transfer Pathway
Associate of Arts Degree - Spanish Transfer PathwayWorksheet for AA Degree - Spanish Transfer Pathway
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​After completing four Spanish course semesters at Saint Paul College students will be well prepared to continue with a major or minor in Spanish at the college level and/or a certification program. With a degree in Spanish one can work in a number of fields within the government and education systems.

​The Spanish Transfer Pathway focuses on the Spanish language and related dialects. It includes instruction in philology, Modern Castillan, Latin American and regional Spanish dialects, and applications in business, science/technology, and other settings. 

​Saint Paul College has a transfer articulation agreement between the following program and post-secondary institution for the baccalaureate degree program listed below. 

For more information please go to saintpaul.edu/Transfer​

Spanish Transfer Pathway

  • BA Spanish Bemidji State University
  • BS Spanish Minnesota State, Mankato
  • BA Spanish Minnesota State, Moorhead
  • BA Spanish St. Cloud State University
  • BS Spanish St. Cloud State University
  • BA Spanish Winona State University
  • ​Demonstrate intermediate-level writing proficiency including grammar structure, tense, mood and syntax as defined by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages guidelines.
  • Demonstrate intermediate-level reading comprehension in the Spanish language as defined by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages guidelines.
  • Engage in conversation using standard Spanish in daily life situations.
  • Compare and contrast U.S. culture and that of the Spanish speaking world.
  • Demonstrate culturally appropriate behavior in specific situations.

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