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Spanish Major (BA
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Spanish Education (BSED)

Spanish Minor


Bachelor of Arts in Spanish
In addition to the 48 credits of general education requirements, the Spanish B.A. consists in 42 credits in the major. Thirty of those credits should be Spanish courses, as follows:

  • SPAN 251 (Spanish III) and

  • SPAN 252 (Spanish IV) OR SPAN 250 (Intensive Intermediate Spanish) (6 credits)

  • SPAN 265 (Intermediate Spanish Conversation)

  • SPAN 281 (Advanced Spanish Grammar and Composition I)

  • SPAN 282 (Advanced Spanish Grammar and Composition II) OR SPAN 280 (Intensive Advanced Spanish Grammar and Composition) (6 credits)

  • SPAN 301 (Hispanic Civilization)

  • Plus 12 additional credits in Spanish chosen from any course above SPAN 252

 
Required Supplemental Course:  (3 credits)

  • ENG 262:  Intro. English Language

 
The following courses should make up the other 9 credit hours to complete the Spanish major:
 
Selection is limited to: Geography and history courses related to Spanish. SPAN 101, SPAN 109, ANTH 380/ENG 380, ENG 457, ENG 458 and other courses by advisement.


Bachelor of Science in Spanish Education

Students majoring in Spanish education must complete a 33 credit Education Core (please refer to the Spanish Education B.S. Checksheet for a list of courses that constitute the education core), as well as 33 credits of Spanish courses, as follows:

  • SPAN 251 (Spanish III)

  • SPAN 252 (Spanish IV) OR SPAN 250 (Intensive Intermediate Spanish) (6 credits)

  • SPAN 265 (Intermediate Spanish Conversation)

  • SPAN 270 (Introduction to Spanish Phonetics and Pronunciation)

  • SPAN 281 (Advanced Spanish Grammar and Composition I)

  • SPAN 282 (Advanced Spanish Grammar and Composition II)

  • SPAN 301 (Spanish Civilization)

  • Four additional Spanish courses (6 credits) above SPAN 252


In addition, Spanish education majors must take 6 credits of supplementary courses, as follows:

  • ANTH 211 (Anthropology)

  • ENG 457 (Introduction to Linguistics) OR ENG 262 (Introduction to the English Language)

 
All Spanish education majors should remain in close contact with their advisors, both in the Education and Modern Languages and Cultures departments, so that both your required Spanish and education courses are taken on a timely basis. For example, the three-week “block” experience, which takes place in a school environment, should be scheduled on the semester that the Spanish education major takes ED 338 (Methods of Teaching Modern Language), which is offered once a year in the Fall Semester and is taught by a member of the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that all required courses and field experiences are completed in a timely and satisfactory manner.