2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog 
    Nov 28, 2023  
2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Spanish Education, BSE

The programs in Spanish and Spanish Education as well as the Spanish minor will be discontinued at the conclusion of the 2014-15 academic year. No new students will be accepted into the programs and no Spanish courses will be offered after the Spring Semester 2015. Students currently enrolled in the programs may contact the Chair of the Language and Literature Department with any questions.

Multi-Age Licensure Program (PreK-12)

This program leads to the Ohio Provisional Multi-Age License valid for teaching learners, pre-kindergarten through grade 12, in Spanish. The curriculum includes General Education requirements (see General Education ).

Additional Information

In addition to the above requirements, all students must complete SPAN 101, 102, 201, 202 or demonstrate equivalent proficiency.

All students majoring in Spanish Education are required to participate in a study-abroad semester in a Spanish-speaking country. Students may choose from among CCCU’s Latin American Studies Program in Costa Rica; Brethren Colleges Abroad programs in Barcelona, Spain or Quito, Ecuador; or Trinity College’s Semester in Spain. The option to do student teaching abroad is available through the Christian College Teacher Education Coordinating Council (CCTECC) which has locations around the world. Additional information is available in this catalog (see Educational Options and Enhancements ) and from the Director of Global and Off-Campus Programs.

For students placed at SPAN 201 or above, bypass credit for foundation courses can be awarded with successful completion (“C” or higher) of the following courses (see Academic Policies and Procedures  for more details):

Completed course    Courses approved for Bypass Credit
201                              102 (4 hours)
202                              102/201 (7 hours)
211                              102/201/202 (10 hours)

Students pursuing the Spanish Education major must maintain a minimum 2.75 major and cumulative GPA to progress through the teacher licensure program. To register for education courses at the 300 level or above, acceptance into Teacher Education is required. See details of the assessment requirements and criteria for teacher licensure programs in the School of Education and Human Development .