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B.A. in Spanish with Teacher Licensure

Upon successful completion of the program of study in Spanish with Teacher Licensure (K-12) and related requirements, graduates are eligible for a Standard Professional I license to teach in the State of North Carolina. For a more detailed description, including the program standards and goals and objectives, turn to Undergraduate Licensure Programs in the School ofEducation section of this catalog.

Course Requirements
Sem. Hrs.
Freshman Seminar and General Education* 45(39)*

Specialty Area (*0-6 semester hours of Spanish may also count toward General Ed)

SPN 2310 and 2320 

OR

SPN 2330

Pronunciation Proficiency—May be met with a P grade in SPN 2990 or through Pronunciation Proficiency Validation by Department Chair

SPN 3110, 3120, 3150, 3200, and 3700

Six courses from those listed below: SPN 3210, 3220, 3310, 3320, 3360, 3510, 3610, 3620, 3710, 4130, 4140, 4150, 4230, 4240, 4250, 4550, 4700, SPNS 4xxx

42-43

Educator Preparation Core

EDN 2100, 3130, 3150, SED 3310

9

Professional Studies Core

SPN 3010, 4400, 4480, 4490 CSC 4050

19
General Electives 4-5
  Total:  121

 Checklist for B.A. in Spanish Education program