Spanish (Grades EC - 12th), B.A.
Spanish (grades EC-12), B.A. is available at the following locations:
About this Program
The degree in Spanish education is an interdisciplinary program that requires study in both the School of Education and the School of Languages and Literature and leads to Texas state teaching certification to teach Spanish courses in grades EC through 12.
The Spanish education degree program provides students opportunities to gain experience from tutoring or assistant teaching, as well as extensive training through field-based observation. To best prepare for a career in the classroom, Spanish education majors often prepare and deliver unit presentations in class.
To help them fully embrace the interdisciplinary nature of the Spanish education program, Spanish majors enhance their learning experience through membership in the student organizations of both the School of Education and the School of Languages and Literature.
Students seeking a bachelor’s degree in Spanish education will complete 51 hours of upper-level study compiled from professional education courses like Classroom Management, and field-specific studies such as Spanish Conversation, Spanish-American Culture and Civilization, and Methods of Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language.
A Bachelor of Arts majoring in Spanish Education requires 124 semester hours. 38 hours of Spanish is required. Students must pass the state content area LOTE-Spanish test prior to student teaching.View Degree Plan
The School of Languages and Literature has a highly qualified and experienced faculty.View Faculty
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