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Teacher Licensure in Spanish

(33 semester hours in addition to required professional courses in education)

Required
SPAN 215     (3)     Spanish Conversation
SPAN 216     (3)     Advanced Grammar and Composition
SPAN 222     (3)     Introduction to Literary Analysis
SPAN 452     (3)     Senior Seminar

Choose 1 of the following courses
SPAN 219     (3)     Hispanic Themes: Spain
SPAN 221     (3)     Hispanic Themes: Latin America

Choose 1 of the following courses

Peninsular Literature

SPAN 316     (3)     Cervantes: Don Quijote
SPAN 326     (3)     Early Spanish Culture: Heritage and Identity
SPAN 330     (3)     Topics in Hispanic Culture, Language, and Literature (approval required)
SPAN 349     (3)     Realism, Naturalism, and Regeneration: Spanish Literature 1850-1914
SPAN 353     (3)     The Novel and Short Story in Contemporary Spain
SPAN 357     (3)     Poetry and Theater in Contemporary Spain

Choose 1 of the following courses

Latin American Literature

SPAN 330     (3)     Topics in Hispanic Culture, Language, and Literature (approval required)
SPAN 382     (3)     The Latin American Novel
SPAN 384     (3)     The Latin American Short Story and Essay
SPAN 386     (3)     Latin American Theatre
SPAN 388     (3)     Latin American Poetry

Choose 1 of the following courses

LAST 201     (3)     Latin American Culture I
LAST 202     (3)     Latin American Culture II

Choose 3 additional three-credit courses in Spanish numbered 215 or above.

Note: In some cases, depending on the student's background and proficiency, a student may receive a departmental exemption for one or more of the following: SPAN 215, SPAN 216, SPAN 219, or SPAN 221. The exemption is for the course(s), not the credit; students still need a minimum of 30 semester hours in Spanish numbered 215 or above and 3 semester hours in Latin American studies.

Recommended: The student is encouraged to spend the junior year or one term of that year in a Spanish-speaking country. Degree credit is granted for participation in an approved program abroad.