Spanish Studies, A.A. – CSCU Pathway Transfer Degree

Overview

This program is designed to provide you with a strong foundation in the area of Spanish language and culture.  The coursework within this program will provide you with an understanding of the principles of the Spanish language, and will develop the four basic skills of language learning:  listening, speaking, writing, and reading.  Your learning experience will be contextualized in a cultural context through an array of activities.  You will be able to cultivate a vast knowledge of the Spanish-speaking world’s linguistic diversity through comprehension of Spanish in a variety of situations, and a multitude of regional and social variations.  This approach encourages interest and appreciation of Hispanic culture, promotes global awareness and critical thinking, and fosters connections between language, culture, and communication.  Upon completion of this program you will be able to transfer seamlessly to colleges within the Connecticut College State University system, being guaranteed full junior status in your pursuit of a bachelor’s degree in the same discipline, without losing any credits or being required to take extra credits upon transfer.

Special Opportunities

With this degree, you will be able to transfer, apply to competitive admissions majors, and complete your BA/BS degree in the same time and with the same course requirements as students who start at a CSU or COSC.

Career Options

Translator
Interpreter
Communicator
Consultant

Easy Transfer Options

Central Connecticut State University
Eastern Connecticut State University
Southern Connecticut State University
Western Connecticut State University
Charter Oak State College

Related Degrees & Certificates

CSCU Pathway Transfer Degree Programs
Liberal Arts and Sciences, A.A.

Courses
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For detailed course information, go to Spanish Studies, A.A. Degree Requirements.

 

Faculty

See below for a list of all full-time Department Faculty. Please note that not all listed faculty may teach courses related to this specific degree or certificate program.

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Kevin Amenta

B.A., Hofstra University; M.A., Quinnipiac UniversityHumanities Department Associate Professor of Graphic Design and Communication
Office: C136
Faculty Office Hours By Appointment. Please contact faculty member.
(860) 215-9402
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María Celeste Arrieta

B.A., J.D., University of Morón, Buenos Aires, Argentina; M.A., University of ConnecticutHumanities Department Associate Professor of Foreign Language
Office: C112
Faculty Office Hours By Appointment. Please contact faculty member.
(860) 215-9404
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Terrence Delaney

B.A., Eastern Connecticut State University; M.A., Ph.D., Clark UniversityHumanities Department Department Chair & Professor of History
Office: C118
Faculty Office Hours (860) 215-9422
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Janet Hagen

B.S., Minnesota State University; M.A., St. Cloud State UniversityHumanities Department Professor of English and Women’s Studies
Office: C216
Faculty Office Hours (860) 215-9433
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Sandra Jeknavorian

B.F.A., University of Hartford; M.F.A., University of MassachusettsHumanities Department Professor of Art
Office: C152
Faculty Office Hours By Appointment. Please contact faculty member.
(860) 215-9439
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William O’Hare

B.A., Marist College; M.A., University of ConnecticutHumanities Department Associate Professor of Anthropology
Office: C202
Faculty Office Hours (860) 215-9436
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Peter Patsouris

B.A., Boston University; M. A., Providence CollegeHumanities Department Professor of International Studies
Office: C108
Faculty Office Hours (860) 215-9462

PROGRAM COORDINATOR

Celeste Arrieta