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Spanish

Academic Department: World Languages and Cultures
Main Office: FA 101
Phone Ext: 7480
Program Website: www.marin.edu/departments/ModernLanguages/Spanish/index.html
Main Numbers: (415) 457-8811  /  (415) 883-2211
 
In-depth information about each program is available in the Course Catalog, including program descriptions, faculty lists, degree requirements, and course listings. The Course Catalog is available to view and print in PDF* format.
About the Program

A major reason for studying the Spanish language is the enrichment of one’s intellectual growth in the context of the rest of the world. In learning Spanish, one also learns about the culture, philosophy, and civilization of another people, thereby broadening understanding of the world. On the practical side, any field of specialization (journalism, medicine, law, business, teaching) is enhanced if one can speak another language. In California, knowledge of a modern language is now required in many jobs that deal with the public such as Civil Service, social work, nursing, and other service-oriented fields.

Career Options
Diplomatic Service, Editor, Foreign Correspondent, Foreign Service Officer, Hotel Management, Import/Export, International Business, Teacher, Tour Guide, Translator/Interpreter, Travel Agent

Transfer
Students planning to transfer to a four-year institution should complete the lower division major requirements and general education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution and major. Exact major requirements for UC and CSU institutions can be found on www.assist.org. Please see a counselor for more information as curriculum requirements may vary among transfer universities.

A.A. in Spanish
Spanish language courses serve a dual purpose, which is to acquire structural and verbal skills, which satisfy both academic and cultural needs. The program serves both transfer students and those seeking self-enrichment. Students may take classes at either campus to fulfill requirements for the major. Please note: Students may choose English 120, 120SL, or 150 to complete the Associate degree. Transfer students, however, are advised to complete English 150. All students should consult a counselor.

Department Phone: (415) 485-9348
Faculty

NameSend EmailOfficePhone
Barashkov, Andrei N ABarashkov@marin.edu AC 315 7754
Martinisi, Michele MMartinisi@marin.edu AC 313 7359
Ostojic-Portello, Radica rostojicportello@marin.edu AC 231 7356
Pagani, Rossana M RPagani@marin.edu AC 324 7673
Sanko, Nadia So NSanko@marin.edu AC 325 7750
Current and Future Courses

TermSection (CRN)CourseDatesDaysTimeCampusRoomInstructor
Fall 2015 80290 SPAN 101 - Elementary Spanish I 08/17/15-12/05/15 KTD Pagani, Rossana
80290 SPAN 101 - Elementary Spanish I 08/17/15-12/05/15 MW 09:10-11:00 KTD LC 020 Pagani, Rossana
80294 SPAN 101 - Elementary Spanish I 08/17/15-12/05/15 KTD Martinisi, Michele
80294 SPAN 101 - Elementary Spanish I 08/17/15-12/05/15 TR 10:10-12:00 KTD PE 092 Martinisi, Michele
80298 SPAN 101 - Elementary Spanish I 08/17/15-12/05/15 KTD Ostojic-Portello, Radica
80298 SPAN 101 - Elementary Spanish I 08/17/15-12/05/15 MW 11:10-13:00 KTD LC 036 Ostojic-Portello, Radica
80300 SPAN 101 - Elementary Spanish I 08/17/15-12/05/15 KTD Martinisi, Michele
80300 SPAN 101 - Elementary Spanish I 08/17/15-12/05/15 MW 12:40-14:30 KTD PE 092 Martinisi, Michele
80302 SPAN 101 - Elementary Spanish I 08/17/15-12/05/15 KTD Barashkov, Andrei
80302 SPAN 101 - Elementary Spanish I 08/17/15-12/05/15 TR 12:40-14:30 KTD AC 240 Barashkov, Andrei
80304 SPAN 101 - Elementary Spanish I 08/17/15-12/05/15 IVC Barashkov, Andrei
80304 SPAN 101 - Elementary Spanish I 08/17/15-12/05/15 MW 18:10-20:00 IVC BLDG27 233 Barashkov, Andrei
81405 SPAN 101 - Elementary Spanish I 08/17/15-12/05/15 KTD Barashkov, Andrei
81405 SPAN 101 - Elementary Spanish I 08/17/15-12/05/15 TR 18:10-20:00 KTD AC 241 Barashkov, Andrei
80305 SPAN 102 - Elementary Spanish II 08/17/15-12/05/15 KTD Martinisi, Michele
80305 SPAN 102 - Elementary Spanish II 08/17/15-12/05/15 MW 10:10-12:00 KTD LC 053 Martinisi, Michele
81819 SPAN 102 - Elementary Spanish II 08/17/15-12/05/15 KTD Martinisi, Michele
81819 SPAN 102 - Elementary Spanish II 08/17/15-12/05/15 TR 12:40-14:30 KTD PE 092 Martinisi, Michele
81925 SPAN 102 - Elementary Spanish II 08/17/15-12/05/15 KTD Sanko, Nadia
81925 SPAN 102 - Elementary Spanish II 08/17/15-12/05/15 TR 18:10-20:00 KTD FA 215 Sanko, Nadia
80320 SPAN 203 - Intermediate Spanish III 08/17/15-12/05/15 KTD Ostojic-Portello, Radica
80320 SPAN 203 - Intermediate Spanish III 08/17/15-12/05/15 TR 18:10-20:00 KTD AC 239 Ostojic-Portello, Radica
82666 SPAN 203 - Intermediate Spanish III 08/17/15-12/05/15 KTD Pagani, Rossana
82666 SPAN 203 - Intermediate Spanish III 08/17/15-12/05/15 MW 11:10-13:00 KTD LC 020 Pagani, Rossana
81700 SPAN 204 - Intermediate Spanish IV 08/17/15-12/05/15 TR 10:10-12:00 KTD AC 248 Pagani, Rossana
82667 SPAN 230A - Cult/Civ Spain & S America 08/17/15-12/05/15 W 18:10-21:00 KTD AC 240 Pagani, Rossana
82328 SPAN 249A - Independent Study A 08/17/15-12/12/15 KTD Pagani, Rossana
82329 SPAN 249B - Independent Study B 08/17/15-12/12/15 KTD Pagani, Rossana
81544 SPAN 249C - Independent Study C 08/17/15-12/12/15 KTD Pagani, Rossana

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