Foreign (Modern) Languages

Welcome to Modern Languages at Spokane Community College! The ability to use more than one language opens up endless possibilities of making new friends and understanding cultural differences. Fluency in a second language also better prepares one for a job in the global market. Step into the world of Spanish or French

Spanish French

From Paris to Tahiti, from Quebec, Canada to New Orleans and the Caribbean, we are learning the language that circles the globe - French. In addition to that most romantic of languages, we celebrate the food and fashion, the art and music, the achievements and history of the world's fifth largest economy and fourth largest exporter, France. Whether you want to fulfill language requirements for an associate's or bachelor's degree, explore business or professional applications, prepare for travel or simply indulge a fascination with France and French, from beginning (French 121) to advanced levels (French 122 and 123), SCC has a French program to help you achieve your goals.

French Course Descriptions

All course offerings are subject to change. The college cannot guarantee class offerings, designated times or specific instructors - as funding levels and student interest may affect whether or not an offering is available.

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Course Title Credits
FRCH& 121French I 5.0
FRCH& 122French II 5.0
FRCH& 123French III 5.0
FRCH& 223French VI 5.0

Spanish is widely used in the United States. By taking Spanish at SCC, you will not only learn a beautiful language, but you will be introduced to the culture of the Spanish-speaking world. Think of all the new friends you can make! We offer two full years of Spanish, which is fully transferable and will satisfy your foreign language requirement at all Washington public colleges. The second-year Spanish courses count as a "D" course, or diversity requirement. Native and near-native speakers should enroll in the 200-level classes. If you have studied Spanish previous to attending SCC, talk to us about where you should begin in our curriculum.

Spanish Course Descriptions

All course offerings are subject to change. The college cannot guarantee class offerings, designated times or specific instructors - as funding levels and student interest may affect whether or not an offering is available.

Click on the course title to view course description.

Course Title Credits
SPAN& 121Spanish I 5.0
SPAN& 122Spanish II 5.0
SPAN& 123Spanish III 5.0
SPAN& 221Spanish IV 5.0
SPAN& 222Spanish V 5.0
SPAN& 223Spanish VI 5.0

Clubs

The ASL club at SCC is called "Shut-up and Sign." The club participates in many activities on campus and within the Spokane Deaf community. Our mission is to promote awareness of ASL and the culture of the Deaf community. You do not have to be in an ASL class to participate, just willing to have fun and learn!

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SCC Library

The SCC Library has friendly librarians who can help you gather just the right information for your research project and save valuable time. The Library website, which includes extensive information resources, is an important starting point for a successful research assignment. Also, don't forget the Media Center, where you’ll find a computer lab, graphics and video production services, equipment checkout (laptops, video camcorders, and more), plus a Presentation Zone for creating and rehearsing class presentations. The Hagan Foundation Center for the Humanities, located on the second floor of the Library, schedules engaging speakers and activities throughout the school year.

Browse additional programs in the CCS Online Catalog.
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