SPAN.1150 - Conversational Spanish ()
Provides students with the opportunity to use Spanish for specific communicative goals. The situational approach will focus on words and phrases needed to cope with everyday, survival situations and will vary according to class need. This course is designed for students with little or no prior language experience. This course could be taken more than once as the topics change. Survival Spanish for Probation Officers; Survival Spanish for Paramedics and EMT's; Survival Spanish for Law Enforcement Officers; Emergency Spanish for Firefighters; Survival Spanish for Correctional Staff; Spanish for Dental Staff; Survival Spanish for School Administrators, Teachers, & Support Staff; Office Spanish for Office Personnel; Doing Business in Latin America; Spanish for the Physician's Office; Spanish for Nursing; and other professions are available.
Course Outline - Conversational Spanish [pdf]
Minnesota Transfer Curriculum Goal Area(s): Not Available OR Does not Apply
|Notes: This course will be held on Jan. 11, 18, 25 and Feb. 1, 8, 22, 2017. Feb. 22 will be a make up snow day if needed. This course will be held at the Marshall Merit Center.|