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Teachers of World Languages and Cultures, Grades K-12

French

  • FREN 212 First Readings in French Literature (4)
  • FREN 311 Studies in Language and Culture (4)
  • FREN 312 Contemporary France (4)
  • FREN 399 Senior Capstone Project (1)

One Literature course from the following list:

  • FREN 330 French Literature Before the Revolution (4)
  • FREN 331 French Literature from Monarchy to Republic (4)
  • FREN 332 Twentieth-Century French Literature (4)

One Cultural Studies course from the following list:

  • FREN 340 Social History of the French People (4)
  • FREN 341 French-Speaking World Today (4)

Plus 16 additional credits of upper-division (300-level) FREN courses

Written and Oral Proficiency in French is required before student teaching.

All students are urged to study abroad at the CSB/SJU affiliate, the College International de Cannes.


German

  • GERM 212 Introduction to Literature (4)
  • GERM 324 or 325 Survey of German Culture (4)
  • GERM 399 Senior Capstone (2)

At least one four-credit course in Period, Genre, and Theme:

PERIOD COURSES (at least 4 credits from the following list):
GERM 330  Medieval Maids, Myths, and Miracles (4)
GERM 333  The Age of Goethe (4)
GERM 337  Early 20th Century (4)
GERM 355  Seminar in a Specific Period Topic (2-4)

GENRE COURSES (at least 4 credits from the followig list):
GERM 342  Poetry in the German Tradition (4)
GERM 345  Novels, Novellas, Stories and Tales (4)
GERM 356  Seminar in a Specific Genre: Topic (2-4)

THEME COURSES (at least 4 credits from the following list):
GERM 349  The Romantic Quest (4)
GERM 350  Current Debates and Issues (4)
GERM 357  SEminar in a Specific Theme: Topic (2-4)

Plus 18 additional upper-division credits.  May include courses from the list above, the second culture survey 324 or 325, and the following courses taught in Austria:

LANGUAGE COURSES TAUGHT IN AUSTRIA
GERM 301  Intensive German Language/Culture II Abroad (2)
GERM 315  German Conversation/Composition I Abroad (4)
GERM 316  German Conversation/Composition II Abroad (4)
GERM 360  Advanced Grammar Abroad (4)

COURSES TAUGHT IN ENGLISH (8 credits from the following may be applied to the major; 4 credits may be applied to the minor)
ART  350  Renaissance and Baroque Art History (offered in Austria) (4)
PHIL 321  Moral Philosophy (offered in Austria) (4)
POLS 341  European Politics (offered in Austria) (4)
COLG 385 Study Abroad Seminar (offered in Austria) (4)

HIST 344  Modern Germany (offered on campus) (4)

Written and oral proficiency in German is required before student teaching.

All German majors are urged to study abroad in Germany/Austria.


Spanish (Hispanic Studies)

  • HISP 212 Intensive Reading (4)
  • HISP 311 Written and Oral Communication (4) (or 315 abroad)
  • HISP 312 Written and Oral Communciation II (4) (or 316 abroad)
  • HISP 350 Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics (4) (on campus, offered each Fall)
  • HISP 394 Capstone Project (2 or 4) Prerequisite: Senior standing
  • *Students who test out of HISP 212 and/or 312 must take an additional 300 level course beyond 312 to complete the minimum number of credits.
    ** Study abroad is required for the major and minor

    PLUS 20 additional upper-division elective HISP credits (a balance of CULTURE and LITERATURE courses):
  • HISP 335 Spanish Culture (4)
  • HISP 336 Latin American Culture (4)
  • HISP 337 Latino Identity in the United States (4)
  • HISP 340 Latin America: Conquest and Colonization (4)
  • HISP 341 Spanish Golden Age: Renaissance and Baroque (4)
  • HISP 342 Latin America: Autonomy, Nation and Identity (4)
  • HISP 344 Pre-modern Spanish Literature (4)
  • HISP 345 Modern Latin America through Literature (4)
  • HISP 349 Modern Spanish Literary Tradtions (4)
  • HISP 354 Seminar: Topics in Hispanic Linguistics (4)
  • HISP 355 Seminar: Topics in Hispanic Literature (4)
  • HISP 356 Seminar: Topics in Hispanic Culture (4)
  • HISP 358 Seminar: Contemporary Hispanic Issues (Culture) (4)
  • HISP 360 Special Topics (2)
  • HISP 371 Individual Learning Project (1-4)
  • HISP 397 Hispanic Culture/Issues Internship (1-4) (approval of the department chair)
  • HISP 398 Honors Senior Essay, Research, or Creative Project (4) Prerequisite: HONR 396 and approval of department chair and director of the Honors Thesis program.

Written and Oral Proficiency in Spanish (A score of "Intermediate-High" or above is required on the Oral Proficiency Inventory (OPI) before student teaching.)

All Spanish Majors are urged to include an immersion experience through the study abroad programs in Spain, South America or Latin America.

HISP courses taught abroad: All courses count toward the major or minor in Hispanic Studies.  Cross-listed courses cannot count twice.

Last updated 10/22/15