University Catalogue

Curriculum in Spanish
Leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Arts
Spanish Education Concentration

Ceased Accepting Students June, 2019

(see footnotes at  bottom)


FIRST YEAR

First Semester

††SPAN 101, or
SPAN 102, or
SPAN 201, or
SPAN 202
Elementary Spanish I
Elementary Spanish II
Intermediate Spanish I
Intermediate Spanish II
3 hours
Biological/
Physical
Science1,G
  3 hours
ENGL 101, or
ENGL 121H, or
ENGL 123HG
Freshman Composition
Ancient Epic: Literature and Composition
Topics in Critical Reading and Writing
3 hours
MATH 105 or
MATH 151/161G
Finite Mathematics
College Algebra with Fundamentals / College Algebra
3 hours
ART 105, or
ART 106, or
MUS 151, or
THEA 131, or
DNC 100G
Survey of World Art History I
Survey of World Art History II
Introduction to Music
Introduction to the Theatre
Introduction to Dance                            
3 hours
SE 101 Freshman Academic Success at Southeastern     2 hours
  Total: 17 hours

 

Second Semester

††SPAN 102, or
SPAN 201, or
SPAN 202
Elementary Spanish II
Intermediate Spanish I
Intermediate Spanish II
3 hours
Biological/
Physical
Science1,G
  3 hours
**ENGL 102, or
ENGL 122H, or
ENGL 124HG
Critical Reading and Writing
Modern Epic: Literature and Composition
Topics in Reading and Research-Based Writing
3 hours
COMM 210G Communicating in the Classroom 3 hours
Mathematics or
PHIL 201G

Introduction to Logical Reasoning
3 hours
  Total: 15 hours


 

SECOND  YEAR

First Semester

††SPAN 201 or
SPAN 202
Intermediate Spanish I
Intermediate Spanish II
3 hours
History
ElectiveG
  3 hours
ENGL 230, or
ENGL 231, or
ENGL 232G
World Literature
English Literature
American Literature
3 hours
**EDUC 202 Introduction to Education 3 hours
*SPED 200 Introduction to Diverse Learners                    3 hours
  Total: 15 hours

 

Second Semester

††SPAN 202 Intermediate Spanish II 3 hours
††SPAN 314 or
SPAN 324
Hispanic Civilization
Latin American Culture and Civilization
3 hours
††SPAN 370 or
SPAN 329
Studies in Hispanic Cinema
Spanish for Business and International Trade
3 hours
PSYC 101G General Psychology I 3 hours
Biological/
Physical 
Science1,G
  hours
  Total: 15 hours

 

 

THIRD YEAR

First Semester

††SPAN 310 Advanced Spanish Conversation 3 hours
††SPAN 311 Advanced Spanish Grammar 3 hours
Social Science
ElectiveG
  3 hours
*EDUC 316 Language Arts and Literacy Methods for Early Childhood 3 hours
*EDUC 407 Tests and Measures 3 hours
  Total: 15 hours

 

Second Semester

††SPAN 319 Advanced Spanish Phonetics 3 hours
††SPAN 320 Introduction to Literature in Spanish 3 hours
††SPAN 312 or
SPAN 330
Advanced Spanish Composition and Syntax
Spanish for Translation
3 hours
††FLAN 404 Experiential Learning Development and Application 3 hours
††SPAN 423 Special Topics in Hispanic Studies 3 hours
*EDUC 472 Teaching Reading in the Content Areas 3 hours
  Total: 18 hours

 

 

FOURTH YEAR

First Semester

††SPAN 325 or
SPAN 326
Literature of Spain
Latin American Literature
3 hours
††FLAN 401 Foreign Language Methodology 3 hours
*EDUC 485 Special Methods in High School Subjects 3 hours
*EDUC 453 Student Teaching I in the PK-12 Schools               6 hours
  Total: 15 hours

 

Second Semester

EDUC 486 Student Teaching in the Secondary Schools 9 hours
††SPAN 498 Senior Capstone Project in Spanish 1 hour
  Total: 10 hours

 

Total semester hours required 120

Southeastern 101 is not required of transfer or readmitted Southeastern students with 30 hours or more. Those students will replace Southeastern 101 with 2 hours of free electives.

GGeneral Education Courses
*Requires a grade of “C” or better.
**Requires a grade of “B” or better.

††Major course; grade of “C” or better required.

1Students must complete a minimum of 6 hours in a two-semester sequence of a biological science plus a physical science (excluding Chemistry 107) or a two-semester sequence of a physical science (excluding Chemistry 107) plus a biological science. 

 

Certification Requirements

A minimum of twelve (12) of the thirty (30) hours required at the 300/400 level must be fulfilled by a semester residence in a university abroad or by two summers of intensive immersion study on a Louisiana university campus, an out-of-state university campus, or abroad. Study abroad is highly recommended in order to be proficient in the foreign language. Foreign Language Majors must also take the ACTFL Proficiency Exam before student teaching. The minimum score required is "Advanced Low."