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Business, Spanish Language & Latin American Studies
Universidad Latina - San Pedro
The Business, Spanish Language and Latin American Culture program is designed to be a focused program for students wanting to study a range of topics, including Spanish language, international business, international communications and environmental studies. Spanish Language courses are instructed in Spanish while all other elective courses are instructed in English. Classes consist of ISA students with approximately 15 students per class. Electives courses are typically 45 hours each, while language courses are 45 – 120 hours. Students are placed into a language level based on the number of semesters/quarters of college-level Spanish previously taken.
Beginning-level students students must enroll in Beginning Grammar and Conversation I & II and total courses selected cannot exceed 225 contact hours.
Intermediate and advanced-students can select Spanish-language courses and electives instructed in English but total courses selected cannot exceed 195 contact hours.
Minimum Grade Requirement
Students must have a minimum grade point average of 2.50.
Course placement is often based on a placement test administered on-site
There may be mandatory prerequisites for some of the courses offered
For a specific list of course prerequisites, please refer to the course listing/course descriptions for this program on the ISA website
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Dates / Deadlines:
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.