The first Spanish language course taught by the University of Southern California has earned a place in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the most popular course in its history.
The course is known as the Computer Arts Course, and is taught in a series of five days each semester.
The first day, which takes place on Monday, June 11, 2017, is dedicated to the history of computer technology.
The students take notes on what computer programming was like in the 20th century, and what the software industry was like during the 1960s and 1970s.
The second day, on June 14, is about how to program an old-school personal computer.
Students learn how to create a program and add text to an email.
The final day, the week before finals, is devoted to how to design an iOS or Android app for the iPhone.
The program is offered at the university in Santa Ana, California, as well as at schools in Santa Clara, San Mateo and Oakland.
The course has received the highest ratings in the world for its quality and relevance to the world of computer programming.
In a statement released Wednesday, the university said the course has been the most downloaded course in the U.S. since the program began, and that students have been able to find it easily and quickly.
“It has been an incredible experience for the students to learn in Spanish,” said the university, which also noted that the course is one of only a few Spanish-language courses offered by the university.
The university has also been recognized for its dedication to teaching Spanish, with an award from the Association of American Colleges and Universities, and an award in 2014 for being among the top schools in California.