Programs and Courses to Suit Your Goals
Spanish - TransferMapDetails for TransferMap - Spanish
A transfer map is a suggested schedule of courses to take each quarter, if you are planning to transfer and pursue a bachelor’s degree in a particular subject. These maps were created to help you get a solid footing in the subject and stay on track with courses commonly required by CSU or UC schools, but they do not guarantee your admission to any university. It’s important that you work with a counselor or academic adviser to determine exactly which classes you need to reach your particular goal.
Spanish Language and Culture - Certificate of AchievementNEWDetails for Certificate of Achievement - Spanish Language and Culture
The Certificate of Achievement in Spanish Language and Culture provides opportunities to engage in the many Latinx and Spanish-speaking communities of the Bay Area, along with the potential to engage with travel, law, business and nongovernmental organizations in the United States, Latin America and Spain. For students who already speak Spanish with their families, the certificate will provide the opportunity to extend their linguistic repertoires and validate their knowledges, particularly as applied to their careers. Spanish is an excellent major or minor for those who plan to pursue undergraduate or graduate work in areas such as Anthropology, History, Law, Chicanx Studies or Business. Understanding the diversity of cultural, historical and social contexts in the Spanish-speaking world will provide new insights and a critical lens. The Certificate of Achievement in Spanish Language and Culture will satisfy a transfer language requirement and offers additional benefits for those engaging in future study or work in civil service or the private sector.
In addition to the programs listed above, you may be able to apply courses in this department toward General Education requirements.
You can check the course offerings in the college catalog against the following lists of GE requirements
These requirements may be subject to change. Always confirm the requirements for your specific program.
To learn about other noncredit programs at De Anza and their requirements, visit deanza.edu/noncredit.
To learn about other academic programs at De Anza and their requirements, visit the college Degrees & Certificates page. For information about applying for your certificate or degree, visit the Apply for Degrees and Certificates page.