The degree requires a minimum of ten (10) courses: three (3) core courses and seven (7) concentration courses. Students may need additional courses, however, to meet the distribution requirements as outlined in the curriculum requirements below. A written or oral examination is required as the student’s culminating experience.
|Education Core Courses (3)|
|EDUC 991||Philosophy of Education and Teaching Practice|
|EDUC 998||Language Development and Communication|
|EDUC 999||Research and Evaluation (recommended after completion
of three Content or Concentration courses)
|Spanish Concentration Courses (7)|
|TESL 936||The Teaching of Second Language Skills AND|
|At least six (6) additional Spanish courses at the 800
and 900 graduate level, approved in writing, by the
|Courses are to be selected so that the student’s
graduate courses fulfill the distribution requirements of:
Coordinator: Dr. Emilce Cordeiro, World Languages
Advisor: Dr. Michael Wong-Russell, World Languages
- Requirements are accurate to date. However, the University reserves the right to change requirements in the future, and will notify applicants should any changes be made.
- Refer to appropriate catalog for Degree Requirements for prior years.