Students interested in studying Spanish with the intent of earning an Associate of Arts degree or transferring to a four-year university for a Bachelor of Arts degree should major in Spanish. In addition, students majoring in business, criminal justice, education, social sciences, or health care professions may be interested in a double major in Spanish to increase their employability by becoming bilingual. If students previously have completed modern languages at other institutions, they should consult the Advising Center or the Spanish instructor for appropriate placement.
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Credit by Exam
Credit for many courses offered by LCCC may be earned through two different types of exams: CLEP tests or departmental challenge exams. If you would like to earn credit for a class by exam, please contact us to determine if that possibility exists.