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Spanish with Secondary Education Certification

Teacher Education Majors are required to pass the following courses with a C or higher as part of their major and their General Education Curriculum.

MA 113 - College Algebra or higher Math including MA 123 (3 semester hours)
COM 101 - Oral Communication
PSY 206 - Human Growth and Development

Major Requirements: (grade of C or better required)

The following are required courses and should be taken upon completion of FLS 202 or with instructor’s permission (12 semester hours):

  • FLS 251 - Conversation and Composition I
  • FLS 252 - Conversation and Composition II
  • FLS 301 - Advanced Grammar
  • FL 410 - Methods and Materials in Secondary Language

Cultures and Civilizations — Select one from the following courses (3 semester hours)

  • FLS 305 - Civilizations and Cultures of Spain
  • FLS 306 - Civilizations and Cultures of Latin America

Required Survey sequence (6 semester hours)

  • FLS 311 - Survey of Spanish Literature I
  • FLS 312 - Survey of Spanish Literature II

Required Study Abroad

Required Study abroad in Spanish-speaking country (minimum of 6 semester hours with prior approval from and in consultation with MUW Spanish Faculty). Prior to enrolling in a program, students and faculty will discuss coursework, program costs, travel expenses, room and board and other related expenses.

Students who are unable to travel abroad may complete the requirement locally. A student who chooses this option must provide an explanation to the Spanish faculty as to the reason they cannot travel abroad. Approval will only be given to students experiencing a valid hardship that would prevent them from studying abroad. Once approved, the student can fulfill their required 6 study abroad credits with FLS 390 Spanish Service-Learning Internship and one additional advanced Spanish course, FLS 305 or higher.

Spanish Electives

  • Select 2 elective courses (6 credit hours) at or above FLS 201.

Professional Education Requirements, K-12: (Minimum grade of C required)

  • ED 300 - Education as a Profession
  • ED 302 - Art and Science of Teaching
  • ED 306 - Introduction to Exceptional Learners
  • ED 351 - Educational Measurement
  • ED 360 - Educational Psychology
  • ED 401 - Classroom Management
  • ED 407 - Observation and Directed Teaching Grades K-12

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