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CVTC Now Offers Spanish Classes

CVTC is now offering Spanish classes as part of the Liberal Arts program, but courses are available to any student. These introductory Spanish courses are an affordable way to earn general education college credits that can be transferred to a four year college or university. We encourage you to check with the transfer coordinator at the institution to be sure your credits will transfer.

Competitive Edge

​Competitive Edge

The workforce is very competitive and knowing a second language will set you apart from other professionals.  Give yourself an edge which will lead to more job opportunities.

Affordable and Transferrable

​Affordable & Transferrable

CVTC offers these courses at a lower cost than other institutions and your credits will transfer to a four-year university. Plus, a foreign language course is required at most four-year universities.

Increased Need

​Increased Need

As the workforce becomes more diverse, there is an increased need for bilingual speakers.  You will be more attractive to an employer with this special skill.  
 

Summer Offering

Course Name​ ​Dates ​Days Time ​Location ​CRN

​Spanish 1

​6-02-2014 - 7/25/2014

​M
T
W
TH

 

​10:00am - 11:55am

​Eau Claire Clairemont Campus - Business Education Center, Room 225

1213​

 

Fall Offerings

Course Name​ Dates​ ​Days Time​ Location CRN​

​Spanish 1

​8-25-2014 -
12-15-2014

​M
T
W
TH

 

​3:00pm - 3:55pm

​Eau Claire Clairemont Campus
Business Education Center
Room 225

11327​

Spanish 2​

 

8-25-2014 - 12/15/2014​

M
T
W
Th​

​4:00pm - 4:55pm

Eau Claire Clairemont Campus
Business Education Center
Room 225​

11328​

 

Course Descriptions

Spanish 1 - This course provides an introduction to the Spanish language through the basic development of the four core language components: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. It provides students with the basic conversational and communicative strategies necessary to carry out simple, yet meaningful tasks common in everyday social interactions. Further, it exposes students to many cultural aspects of the
Spanish-speaking world.

Spanish 2 - This introductory course is a continuation of Spanish 1. It focuses on development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills, and the further development of basic conversational and grammatical tools introduced in the first semester. It also focuses on the expansion of students’ cultural awareness with regard to the Spanish-speaking world.