WHAT IS SPANISH LANGUAGE EDUCATION?
This major is part of the Education Exploration Group
World language program students are prepared to teach Spanish in grades 7-12. Students complete general education requirements; a 36-credit subject area major in grammar, literature, culture, and civilization relevant to their world language; and required courses in professional education.
HOW TO DECLARE:
APPLICATION REQUIRED. Applicants MUST complete 54 credits of undergraduate coursework by the end of the spring semester prior to their official admission to the program. Strong GPA and interview required. Find more information and the application here.
HELPFUL INTRO COURSES:
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(Spanish language courses (elementary and intermediate) should be completed prior to the start of freshman year in order to be on track)
EDCI 2100 - Power, Privilege, and Public Education (Gen Ed: CA 2 and CA 4)
UNIV 1810 - FYE Learning Community Seminar (Education for Social Change)
SPAN 3178 - Intermediate Spanish Composition (Major Requirement)
POSSIBLE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
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Latino and Latin American Studies