2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Spanish Education, Bachelor of Science

The Spanish education major leads to a bachelor of science degree, and requires 36 credits of Spanish specialization courses including one semester abroad and 49 hours of professional studies in education. Coursework must include at least three 300 level courses, one in literature and one in culture. One of the 300 level courses must be related to Spain and the other must be related to Latin America. All courses must have the prefix of SPAN.  The Spanish education major leads to a bachelor of science degree.

Spanish Specialization Requirements

Proficiency equivalent to

SPAN 101Elementary Spanish I

3

SPAN 102Elementary Spanish II

3

A proficiency test is available for credit up to six hours

Semester Abroad (8 cr)

Elective SPAN courses (22 cr)

Required Professional Studies Courses

EDUC 101Introduction Educational Practice

3

EDUC 202Cultural Awareness in the Classroom

3

EDUC 280Exceptional Child

3

EDUC 282Educational Psychology Application

3

EDUC 316Read/Write Across Curriculums

3

EDUC 333The Learning Environment

3

EDUC 340Educational Measurement/Evaluation

3

EDUC 342Middle School Curriculum/Instruct

3

EDUC 361Methods of Teaching Spanish

2

EDUC 400Early Professional Experience

1

EDUC 409Secondary Methods

3

EDUC 410Secondary Methods Clinical Practice

3

EDUC 421Student Teaching/Secondary

7 to 15

EDUC 428Secondary Programs Clinical Seminar

1

SPANISH EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS AT A GLANCE
Type of Credit Required Credits
General Education (For B.S.)* 33
Major 36
Education 49
Elective 2
Total Credits to Earn Degree 120
*Based on students arriving as first time freshmen. Some general education requirements are met through required major courses. This reduces the number of required general education credits.