2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Sep 23, 2020  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

World Languages Education-Spanish (B.A.S.)


World Languages Education-Spanish majors complete a minimum of 120 credits to earn a bachelor’s degree: 49-51 credits of core courses, 37 credits of Spanish and Linguistics courses, and 34 credits of Education courses (listed below).  

Plus


Elective Spanish courses at or above SPA245 as needed to complete 11 courses with at least one course at or above SPA399.  Students are required to take at least one departmental Spanish course during their senior year.

Note


Majors are required to spend a fall or spring semester studying in a Spanish-speaking country. In exceptional circumstances, this requirement may be modified or waived by the department chair.

Degree Plan


Degree Plan for World Languages Education - Spanish (B.A.S.)
 
Fall
Spring
First Year
 
 
UNV101: University Seminar I (3 credits) &
FYT100: First Year Transitions (1 credit)
X
 
SPA205: Intermediate Spanish I, SPA241: Communication and Cultures I, or higher level Spanish course (based on placement) (3 credits)
X
 
Core Course (3 credits)
X
 
Core Course (3 credits)
X
X
Core Course (3 credits)
X
X
UNV102: University Seminar II (3 credits)
 
X
SPA206: Intermediate Spanish II, SPA242: Communication and Cultures II, or higher level Spanish course (based on placement) (3 credits)
 
X
EDC120: Introduction to Race and Inequity in American Education (3 credits)
 
X
Second Year
 
 
RTS225: Quest for the Ultimate (3 credits) or
PHL225: Quest for the Good Life (3 credits) (one each semester)
X
X
SPA241: Communication and Cultures I (3 credits) or
SPA305: Spanish American Cultures and Civilizations (3 credits)
X
 
LIN245: Intro to Linguistics (3 Credits)
X
 
EDC220 Child Devmnt & Theories Lrng (4 credits)
X
 
SCD212: Teaching Reading in the Content Area (3 credits)
X
 
SCD298: Tutoring and Mentoring in a Multicultural Society I (1 credit)
X
 
SPA242: Communication and Cultures II (3 credits) or
SPA311: Masters of Spanish American Literature (3 credits)
 
X
SED211: Introduction to the Characteristics of Students with Exceptionalities (3 credits)
 
X
SCD299: Tutoring and Mentoring in a Multicultural Society II (1 credits)
 
X
Core Course (3 credits)
 
X
Core Course (3 credits)
 
X
*PLT Praxis passed prior to end of term
Third Year
 
 
SPA305: Spanish American Cultures and Civilizations (3 credits) or
SPA399: Special Topics (3 credits)
X
 
SCD320: Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment in the Secondary School I
(3 credits)
X
 
SCD321: Practicum I for Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment in the Secondary School I (1 credits)
X
 
Core Course (3 credits)
X
 
Core Course (3 credits)
X
 
Core Course (3 credits)                                          
X
 
Or Study Abroad (Preferred Spring Semester) (15 credits)
X
X
SPA311: Masters of Spanish American Literature (3 credits) or
SPA312: Masterpieces of Spanish Literature (3 credits)
 
X
SPA399: Special Topics (3 credits)
 
X
SPA399: Special Topics (3 credits)
 
X
SPA399: Special Topics (3 credits)
 
X
*Content Area Exam for Praxis passed prior to end of term
Fourth Year
 
 
SPA306: Spanish Culture and Civilization (3 credits) or
SPA399: Special Topics (3 credits)
X
 
SPA308: Teaching a Modern Foreign Language (3 credits)
X
 
SCD410: Classroom Management (3 credits)
X
 
SCD440: Practicum in Secondary Education (3 credits)
X
 
Elective (3 credits)
X
 
SCD441: Secondary Student Teaching (12 credits)
 
X
SCD432: Student Teaching Seminar Capstone (1 credits)
 
X

*Suggested Plan to Complete Degree Requirements