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♦ Indicates prerequisite.
These prerequisites are not included in the program totals in the table below, but they must be completed IN ADDITION TO other program requirements.
Students wishing to be certified to teach Spanish at the secondary level should complete the requirements for Bachelor of Arts in Spanish outlined above in conjunction with a Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education. Students should review the section of the catalog describing the BA - Secondary Education track within the Department of Teacher Education. Students pursuing this option must also take SPI 350 Methods of Teaching Spanish (3 credits) , which is offered in the spring semester.
Special graduation requirements: No course in which a grade below a C- is earned can be used to fulfill the major course requirements in French, German, or Spanish.