Spanish

Basic language courses taken in high school or elsewhere may be evaluated for college equivalencies as part of this teaching major and minor. Consult the Department of Modern Languages & Cultures for policies on credit for vertically-related courses.

A. 45-Credit Spanish Teaching Major

SPAN 101Elementary Spanish I4
SPAN 102Elementary Spanish II4
SPAN 201Intermediate Spanish I4
SPAN 202Intermediate Spanish II4
SPAN 301Advanced Grammar3
SPAN 302Advanced Composition3
SPAN 305Culture and Institutions of Spain3
SPAN 306Culture and Institutions of Latin America3
Select 17 credits of Upper-division Spanish language courses 117
In addition, the following special methods sequence is also required:
EDCI 437Secondary Foreign Language Methods3
EDCI 447Secondary Foreign Language Methods Practicum1
Total Hours49

B. 22-Credit Spanish Teaching Minor

SPAN 101Elementary Spanish I4
SPAN 102Elementary Spanish II4
SPAN 201Intermediate Spanish I4
SPAN 202Intermediate Spanish II4
Select 6 credits of approved Upper-Division Spanish Electives 16
In addition, the following special methods course is also required:
EDCI 437Secondary Foreign Language Methods3
Total Hours25