Spanish Program

Making Advising Appointments

Minors and Majors

All advisors make their own appointments. To schedule an appointment with an advisor, please click on their name for their office location and/or email address. Please contact the faculty to schedule the appointment.

While Major Requirements are listed in the attached document, it is required to meet with an advisor to ensure you are completing required courses for your degree.

Current Spanish Advisor Listing, with Spanish Major Requirements (microsoft word)

Spanish BA and Minor Requirements (General Catalog p. 190-192)

Name

Office

Phone

Note

Dr. Keith Johnson

kejohnson@csufresno.edu

PB 435

278-6122

 

Dr. Gloria Medina-Sancho

gmedina@csufresno.edu

PB 336

278-6963

 

Dr. Paula Sanmartin

psanmartin@csufresno.edu

PB 517

278-8803

Study Abroad Fall 2013

 

Dr. Ted Bergman

tbergman@csufresno.edu

PB 334

278-4056

 

 

Spanish MA Requirements (General Catalog p.192-193)

Dr. Ted Bergman

tbergman@csufresno.edu

PB 334

278-4056

 

Dr. Yolanda Doub

ydoub@csufresno.edu

PB 333

278-5756

Graduate Coordinator

Dr. Keith Johnson (Spanish Linguistics only)

kejohnson@csufresno.edu

PB 435

278-6122

 

Teaching Associate (TA) Positions available to MA Spanish students: See Dr. Johnson, Teaching Associate Coordinator, for information.

 

Spanish Single Subject Matter Preparation (General Catalog p. 192)

Dr. Jacinta Amaral

jacintaa@csufresno.edu

EE 113

278-4595

 

Dr. Debbie Avila

deavila@csufresno.edu

PB 519

278-6616

Sabbatical Spring 2014

Dr. Ted Bergman

tbergman@csufresno.edu

PB 334

278-4056

 

 

"Placement Test" for Spanish 1A, 1B, 2A and/or 2B:

Although the catalog has listed the requirement, there are no "placement Tests" for Spanish 1A, 1B, 2A, and 2B. The Department has not followed this procedure for some years, yet, unfortunately had it never removed from the catalog. Proper steps have been taken to remove the prerequisite.

"Credit Allowances" are listed for Foreign Language classes. It is based on the student's experience in the language and most from the studies in high school. You may find those allowances here.

Credit by Examination: To "test out" of a course, you must be enrolled in the course for the same semester. There is two application procedure (1) the department request and (2) the university's Application for Credit by Examination". The same Department Credit Allowances pertain for students requesting to test out. Please note: Credit may not be awarded for a lower-division course if the student has received credit (credit or letter grade) for an uper-division course in that same foreign language. For example: if a student has received a letter grade for Spanish 119 (upper division course), the student cannot challenge Spanish 4A (lower division course).

The department application is available at the department office (Peters Business Bldg, Room 393). This form will required a copy of your unofficial transcript for the Chair's review and decision.

For more information:

Degree/Program Information in General Catalog