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Foreign Languages and Literature Program

The Foreign Languages and Literature Program offers majors in French, French Education, Spanish, and Spanish Education. It also offers minors in Arabic, Chinese, French, Japanese, and Spanish.

The French Major
French Major and University Requirements

FRE-101 Elementary French I
FRE-102 Elementary French II
FRE-201 Intermediate French I
FRE-202 Intermediate French II
FRE-301 Advanced French Composition and Conversation I
FRE-302 Advanced French Composition and Conversation II
Five additional French courses at the 300-400 level
One semester of study abroad in a French-speaking country

The French Education Major
French Education Major and University Requirements

A student wishing to become a French language teacher must complete a major in French, and satisfy all the requirements for a second major in Secondary Education. The requirements for a second major in Secondary Education are defined by the Department of Education.

EDU-201 Introduction to Education – 3 credits (Praxis I)
EDU-202 Educational Psychology – 3 credits
EDU-203 Education and Psychology of the Exceptional Child - Field 1 – 3 credits
EDU-205 Communication for Teachers - Field 1 – 3 credits
EDU-206 Foundations of Special Education - Field 2 - 3 credits
EDU-207 Sophomore Field Experience - Fields 2 and 3 - 1 credit
EDU-208 Educational Technology - 3 credits
EDU-223 Academic Development of ELL/ESL - 3 credits

Students must pass ALL three sections of Praxis I before taking 300-level or higher courses.

EDU-302 Methods in Secondary Education – Field 3 - 3 credits
EDU-303/4 Differentiated Content Reading Instruction - Field 3 – 3 credits
EDU-307 Junior Field Experience 1 credit
EDU-308 Foundations of Urban Education (Recommended) - 3 credits
EDU-330 Effective Classroom Management Techniques - 3 credits
EDU-401 Student Teaching - 12 credits

EDU-420/422 Research Seminar – 3 credits (Praxis II)

The Spanish Major
Spanish Major and University Requirements

SPN-101 Elementary Spanish I
SPN-102 Elementary Spanish II
SPN-201 Intermediate Spanish I
SPN-202 Intermediate Spanish II
SPN-301 Advanced Spanish: Composition and Conversation I
SPN-302 Advanced Spanish: Composition and Conversation II
Five additional Spanish courses at the 300-400 level
One semester of study abroad in a Spanish-speaking country

The Spanish Education Major
Spanish Education Major and University Requirements

A student wishing to become a Spanish language teacher must complete a major in Spanish, and satisfy all the requirements for a second major in Secondary Education. The requirements for a second major in Secondary Education are defined by the Department of Education.

EDU-201 Introduction to Education – 3 credits (Praxis I)
EDU-202 Educational Psychology – 3 credits
EDU-203 Education and Psychology of the Exceptional Child - Field 1 – 3 credits
EDU-205 Communication for Teachers - Field 1 – 3 credits
EDU-206 Foundations of Special Education - Field 2 - 3 credits
EDU-207 Sophomore Field Experience - Fields 2 and 3 - 1 credit
EDU-208 Educational Technology - 3 credits
EDU-223 Academic Development of ELL/ESL - 3 credits

Students must pass ALL three sections of Praxis I before taking 300-level or higher courses.

EDU-302 Methods in Secondary Education – Field 3 - 3 credits
EDU-303/4 Differentiated Content Reading Instruction - Field 3 – 3 credits
EDU-307 Junior Field Experience 1 credit
EDU-308 Foundations of Urban Education (Recommended) - 3 credits
EDU-330 Effective Classroom Management Techniques - 3 credits
EDU-401 Student Teaching - 12 credits

EDU-420/422 Research Seminar – 3 credits (Praxis II)

The Arabic Minor
ARA-101 Elementary Arabic I
ARA-102 Elementary Arabic II
ARA-201 Intermediate Arabic I
ARA-202 Intermediate Arabic II
ARA-301 Advanced Arabic I
ARA-302 Advanced Arabic II
Two additional Arabic courses at the 300-400 level

The Chinese Minor

CHI 101          Elementary Chinese I (Prerequisite)
CHI 102          Elementary Chinese II (Prerequisite)
CHI 201          Intermediate Chinese I          
CHI 202          Intermediate Chinese II         
CHI 301          Advanced Chinese I
CHI 302          Advanced Chinese II
Two additional Chinese courses at the 300-400 level

The French Minor

FRE-101 Elementary French I
FRE-102 Elementary French II
FRE-201 Intermediate French I
FRE-202 Intermediate French II
FRE-301 Advanced French Composition and Conversation I
FRE-302 Advanced French Composition and Conversation II
Two additional French courses at the 300-400 level

The Japanese Minor

JPN-101 Elementary Japanese I
JPN-102 Elementary Japanese II
JPN-201 Intermediate Japanese I
JPN-202 Intermediate Japanese II
JPN-301 Advanced Japanese I
JPN-302 Advanced Japanese II
Two additional Japanese courses at the 300-400 level

The Spanish Minor

SPN-101 Elementary Spanish I
SPN-102 Elementary Spanish II
SPN-201 Intermediate Spanish I
SPN-202 Intermediate Spanish II
SPN-301 Adv.Spanish Compos./Conversation I
SPN-302 Adv.Spanish Compos./Conversation II
Two additional Spanish courses at the 300-400 level

 

 

 

 

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