Major in Spanish, BS (Certifiable for secondary teaching, 36 credits)

For non-native speakers:
SPAN 125Intermediate Spanish I3
SPAN 126Intermediate Spanish II3
SPAN 225Intermediate Spanish III3
SPAN 226Intermediate Spanish IV3
or

For native speakers:
SPAN 190Language for Heritage Speakers of Spanish I3
SPAN 191Language for Heritage Speakers of Spanish II3
SPAN 290Hispanic Culture for Heritage Speakers of Spanish I3
SPAN 291Hispanic Culture for Heritage Speakers of Spanish II3
Spanish and Spanish-American Literature and Cultures (24 credits)
SPAN 300Literary Analysis3
SPAN 304Introduction to Spanish Literature I             3
   or
SPAN 305Literary Masterpieces since 1700: Spain3
SPAN 315Spanish Civilization3
SPAN 316Latin American Civilization3
SPAN 335Advanced Spanish for Oral Expression3
SPAN 336Advanced Spanish Composition3
SPAN 375 Spanish American Literature I3
   or
SPAN 376Spanish American Literature II3
Directed electives 3
Secondary Teaching Requirements (37 credits)

SPED 315Introduction to Educating Learners with Exceptionalities3
EDTE 316Principles of Learning (Sec/K-12)4
RDG 440Literacy in Secondary School3
EDF 415Educational Foundations3
EDSC 425Principles of Secondary Education3
EDSC 435Secondary Education Student Teaching3-9
ML 428Methods and Materials for Teaching World Languages at Elementary School Level3
ML 429Seminar in Modern Language Teaching Methods4
ML 440Student Teaching Seminar in Modern Languages1
ML 490Teaching World Languages II: Acquisition in Young Children for Teachers of World
Languages3
   or
LING 300Language Acquisition3
EDT 315Educational Technology in the Secondary School Classroom1

For students with advanced preparation, appropriate substitutions will be made. No minor required.

 

Specialization in Inter-University Spanish Language and Hispanic Cultures

Students must complete 12 credits at one of our Spanish-speaking partner institutions abroad during one semester. The 12 credits may be taken in language, culture and/or literature as appropriate to the student's level of proficiency and upon recommendation of student's academic advisor at CCSU. These credits may apply to the core requirements of the major.

Note: Students of this specialization are strongly encouraged to complete their study abroad component during their sophomore year.

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