World Languages K-8 (French, German, Spanish)

K-8 Licensure in World Languages and Cultures - French

  • FREN 212 First Readings in French Literature (4)
  • FREN 311 Studies in Language and Culture (4)
  • FREN 312 Contemporary France (4)
  • FREN 330 French Literature before the Revolution (4)
  • Plus one of the following two courses:
    • FREN 331 French Literature from Monarchy to Republic (4)
    • FREN 341 French-Speaking World Today (4)
  • EDUC 356 World Language Pedagogy K-8 (4) (Fall Only)
  • Oral Language Proficiency in French is required prior to teaching internship (see MCCL Department Chair)
  • Study Abroad in target language -- strongly recommended

K-8 Licensure in World Language and Cultures - German

  • GERM 212 Introduction to Literature (4)
  • GERM 311 German Conversation and Composition I (4)
  • GERM 312 German Conversation and Composition II (4)
  • Plus 8 credits of upper-division GERM electives
  • EDUC 356 World Language Pedagogy K-8 (4) (Fall Only)
  • Oral Language Proficiency in German is required prior to teaching internship (see MCCL Department Chair)
  • Study Abroad in target language -- strongly recommended

K-8 Licensure in World Languages and Cultures - Spanish

  • SPAN 212 Texts and Contexts (4)
  • SPAN 311 Written/Oral Communication (4)
  • SPAN 312 Written/Oral Communication II (4)
  • SPAN 350 Intro to Hispanic Linguistics OR SPAN 356B Topics in Hispanic Linguistics (4) (HISP 363 abroad)
  • One course from the following Spanish Culture courses:
    • SPAN 335 Spanish Culture (4)
    • SPAN 336 Latin American Culture (4)
    • SPAN 337 Latino Identity in the United States (4)
    • SPAN 356C Topics in Hispanic Culture (4)
  • SPAN 355 Topics in Hispanic Literature and Language (4)
    • (If SPAN 356B or 356C are chosen from the above courses, an upperdivision literature elective other than 355 may be chosen in consultation with the Hispanic Studies Chairperson)
  • EDUC 356 World Language Pedagogy K-8 (4) (Fall Only)
  • Oral Language Inventory in Spanish (OPI -- score of "Intermediate-High" or above is required) (see Hispanic Studies Chairperson)
  • Study Abroad in target language (Spain, Latin America or South America) -- strongly recommended