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Foreign Language Major: Spanish Specialization, Option I

Take all of these courses in Spanish (36 hours)

     SPAN 3210____ Advanced Composition in Spanish (3 credit hours)
     SPAN 3220____ Phonetics and Conversation in Spanish (3)
     SPAN 3510____ Spanish Civilization I (3)
     SPAN 3520____ Spanish Civilization II (3)
     SPAN 3310____ Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics (3)
     SPAN 3610____ Spanish-American Civilization I (3)
     SPAN 3620____ Spanish-American Civilization II (3)
     SPAN 4320____ Sociolinguistics and Dialectology of Spanish (3)
     SPAN 4510____ Survey of Spanish Peninsular Literature I (3)
     SPAN 4520____ Survey of Spanish Peninsular Literature II (3) 
     SPAN 4610____ Survey of Spanish American Literature I (3) 
     SPAN 4620____ Survey of Spanish American Literature II (3)

     LING 4510 ____ Capstone in Foreign Languages (1)

Licensure to Teach Spanish

The program described above fulfills requirements in the content area leading to teacher-licensure. As part of the licensure process, a student planning to teach Spanish in middle or high school should complete the major in Foreign Languages with a Spanish Specialization and the minor in Professional Education.

In addition, the student must take the following course:

 LING 4400 Teaching Foreign Languages in the Secondary School (3 hours)

The student must take one of the following courses:

SPAN 3040 Study Abroad Program in Spanish: Spain and 
Spanish America (6-8 hours)
SPAN 304A Study Abroad: Latin America (6-8 hours)
SPAN 304B Study Abroad--Spain (6-8 hours)

See an advisor in Foreign Languages in the Department of Languages and Literature for more information.