Languages, Literatures, and Cultures Second Academic Concentration

French Second Academic Concentration for Elementary Education with K–6 Teacher Licensure, B.S. 

The Languages, Literatures, and Cultures department offers a 24 credit second academic concentration in French that meets requirements for Elementary and Middle Grades Education (School of Education) and certain other university programs in education. Consult with the undergraduate major advisor for Languages, Literatures, and Cultures.

Requirements

  • Minimum of 24 credit hours

All courses must be at the 300 level or above. No requirement may be met by a grade lower than C-.

Language
Select 6 credits from the following:
Advanced French *
French Conversation and Phonetics **
French Conversation and Culture 1
Conversation in France 1
Advanced Grammar and Composition 2
The Theory and Practice of French Translation
Directed Study in French Language 2
Literature and/or Film
Select 9 credits from the following:
Survey of French Literature 3
Teachng French Thru French Lit
Tpcs French Literary Movements
Topics in French Prose Fiction
Topics in French Theatre
Advanced Topics in French Literature
Topics in Francophone Lit
Topics in French Poetry
Studies in Film Genre
Electives
Select an additional 9 credits from courses with the SPA course prefix
Qualified: 4
FRE 222
Images of France and the Francophone World

French Second Academic Concentration for Middle Grades Education, B.S.

The department offers a 24 credit second academic concentration in French that meets requirements for Elementary and Middle Grades Education (School of Education) and certain other university programs in education. Consult with the undergraduate major advisor for Languages, Literatures, and Cultures.

Requirements

  • Minimum of 24 credit hours

All courses must be at the 300 level or above. No requirement may be met by a grade lower than C-.

Language
Select 6 credits from the following:
Advanced French *
French Conversation and Phonetics **
French Conversation and Culture 1
Conversation in France 1
Advanced Grammar and Composition 2
The Theory and Practice of French Translation
Directed Study in French Language 2
Literature and/or Film
Select 9 credits from the following:
Survey of French Literature 3
Teachng French Thru French Lit
Tpcs French Literary Movements
Topics in French Prose Fiction
Topics in French Theatre
Advanced Topics in French Literature
Topics in Francophone Lit
Topics in French Poetry
Studies in Film Genre
Electives
Select an additional 9 credits from courses with the SPA course prefix
Qualified: 4
FRE 222
Images of France and the Francophone World

German Second Academic Concentration for Elementary Education with K–6 Teacher Licensure, B.S. 

Requirements

  • Minimum of 18 credit hours
Core Courses6
Select 6 credits from the following:
German Literature: Advanced Intermediate Topics
Advanced Topics in German Literature
Advanced Topics in German Culture
Electives12
Select an additional 12 credits in Language, Literature, or Culture courses above the following course number:
Intermediate German Topics

Spanish Second Academic Concentration for Elementary Education with K–6 Teacher Licensure, B.S.

The Languages, Literatures, and Cultures department offers a 24 credit second academic concentration in Spanish that meets requirements for Elementary and Middle Grades Education (School of Education) and certain other university programs in education. Consult with the Coordinator for Undergraduate Advising.

Requirements

  • Minimum of 24 credit hours
  • All courses must be at the 300 level or above. No requirement may be met by a grade lower than C-.
Bridge Language Course
Spanish Language and Cultures *
Spanish Language and Cultures for Heritage Speakers
Literature
Introduction to Literary Studies
Select one additional SPA course at the 400-level
Composition
Intermediate Spanish Composition
Conversation
Select one of the following:
Views of the Hispanic World Through Intermediate Conversation
Views of the Hispanic World Through Intermediate Conversation Abroad
Cultural Excpressions in the Hispanic World Through Advanced Conversation
Civilization
Select one of the following:
Introduction to Spanish Culture
Introduction to Spanish American Culture
Topics in Spanish Culture and Civilization
Selected Topics in U.S. Latino/Latina Cultural Studies
Tpcs:Spanish Amrcn Culture/Civ
Phonetics
Topics in Hispanic Linguistics
Spanish Phonetics
Electives
Select an additional 9 credits with the SPA course prefix

Spanish Second Academic Concentration for Middle Grades Education, B.S.

The Languages, Literatures, and Cultures department offers a 24 credit second academic concentration in Spanish that meets requirements for Elementary and Middle Grades Education (School of Education) and certain other university programs in education. Consult with the Coordinator for Undergraduate Advising.

Requirements

  • Minimum of 24 credit hours
  • All courses must be at the 300 level or above. No requirement may be met by a grade lower than C-.
Bridge Language Course
Spanish Language and Cultures *
Spanish Language and Cultures for Heritage Speakers
Literature
Introduction to Literary Studies
Select one additional SPA course at the 400-level
Composition
Intermediate Spanish Composition
Conversation
Select one of the following:
Views of the Hispanic World Through Intermediate Conversation
Views of the Hispanic World Through Intermediate Conversation Abroad
Cultural Excpressions in the Hispanic World Through Advanced Conversation
Civilization
Select one of the following:
Introduction to Spanish Culture
Introduction to Spanish American Culture
Topics in Spanish Culture and Civilization
Selected Topics in U.S. Latino/Latina Cultural Studies
Tpcs:Spanish Amrcn Culture/Civ
Phonetics
Topics in Hispanic Linguistics
Spanish Phonetics
Electives
Select an additional 9 credits with the SPA course prefix