Spanish for the B.A. degree with Teacher Licensure
For the B.A. degree in Spanish with Teacher Licensure (K-12), students must complete all requirements for the Spanish major (39 hours). The following courses are specifically required: SPN 305, 306, 307, 308, 311, 312, 321, 322, 497, and at least 6 additional hours at the 400 level, only 3 of which may be obtained by means of a SPN 491 or 498. A grade of “C-” or better is required in each course counted toward the major and a “C” (2.00) average or better for all courses counted toward the major. HST 101 and 102 are recommended. Study abroad is highly recommended. Students must also satisfy the professional education requirements listed under the Watson College of Education. For information on the Teacher Education Program admissions criteria and the courses required for the licensure in North Carolina, please refer to the advising website for the Watson College of Education. Students planning to pursue licensure should apply to the Watson College of Education as soon as admissions requirements are met (typically in the sophomore year) and plan their programs in regular consultation with their advisors. Teacher licensure requirements are established at the state level and may be changed by the state at any time. Please direct any questions about the program to Dr. Joann Mount firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. L.J. Randolph email@example.com.