requirements for a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish are:
The California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC) has authorized CSUB to offer a single subject matter preparation program in Spanish leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree.
All of the following courses are required (9 courses, 46 units): SPAN 300, 301, 302, 303, 311 or 409, 424 or 426 or 428, 412 or 420 and 490, plus two additional upper division courses taught in Spanish.
Bilingual/Cross-Cultural Specialist Credential
The Bilingual/Cross-Cultural Specialist credential is administered by the School of Education in cooperation and consultation with departments in the humanities. In consultation with their advisor, students wishing to prepare for this credential are advised to select from the following list of courses, which are cross-listed under both schools: Spanish 321, Hispanic-American Culture and Civilization; Spanish 409, Advanced Spanish Syntax; Spanish 412, Introduction to Spanish Linguistics; Spanish 413, Contrastive Structures of Spanish and English; Spanish 420, Southwest Spanish; Spanish 422, Children's Literature in Spanish; Spanish 424, Culture and Civilization of Mexico and the Chicano/Mexican-American (in English); Spanish 425, Chicano Literature; Spanish 426, Southwest Hispanic Folklore.
A minimum of 20 quarter units of which no more than 10 may be chosen from courses at the 200 level, with the remainder to be selected from courses at the upper division levels except SPAN 427.