Undergraduate Catalog 2019-2020 
    
    Oct 29, 2020  
Undergraduate Catalog 2019-2020 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Foreign Languages and Literatures, Certification Track (French or Spanish), B.A.


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Requirements


Unless students begin the program with a strong background in the target language, they may require five years to complete the major with certification program.

Students majoring in Spanish or French and seeking P-12 certification must take the GACE Basic Skills/Program Admission Assessment and the following courses prior to being admitted to the College of Education.

Core Areas A, B, C, D, E: 42 Hours


General Education Requirements (Core Curriculum)  

Core Area F: 18 Hours


Concentration in Spanish with P-12 Certification


Concentration in French with P-12 Certification


Spanish Majors must take:


Spanish majors must complete FREN 2001    / GRMN 2001    (3 hrs) unless they are completing a second major or degree. Spanish majors also need to complete 13 semester hours of required Spanish courses above the 1001-2002 sequence and 12 semester hours of SPAN electives chosen from courses above 3000 (Literature, Translation, Film and Literature, Business Spanish, Special Topics, and any other 3000/4000-level SPAN offerings). 

French Majors must take:


French majors must complete GRMN 2001  / SPAN 2001    (3 hrs) unless they are completing a second major or degree. French majors also need to complete 10 semester hours of required French courses above the 1001-2002 sequence and 15 semester hours of electives chosen from courses above 3000 (Business French, Literature and Film, Special Topics, and any other 3000/4000-level FREN offerings). Only 3 semester hours of French courses required at or above the 3000 level may be taken as a transient student. (This does not apply to transfer and/or study abroad hours) 

Note:


They must complete through the 2001 level in a second language unless they complete a second major or a second degree.  In that case, 9 hours of approved courses for the additional Core Area F may replace this requirement.  Certification candidates must have a GPA of 2.7 or higher.

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