Spanish Education (K-12)Page address: http://www.mnsu.edu/programs/spanisheducation.html
|Department||World Languages & Cultures|
|College||Arts & Humanities|
|Undergraduate Degree Type(s)||BS|
|Program Description||The exploration of language, literatures, cultures, and linguistics of Spanish in the US, and in countries around the world where Spanish is spoken, prepares students for careers in a global environment. Students gain knowledge of language and culture that enables them to study, work, or travel in areas of the world where the target language is used. To facilitate these goals, the department sponsors study abroad programs in Mexico, Spain, Ecuador, and Costa Rica. Students who choose to take advantage of this program, or of other accredited study abroad experiences in Spanish speaking countries, may receive credit if departmental approval is obtained in advance. Study abroad meets the state-mandated requirements for first-hand experience with target cultures for the Spanish Education degree. Study abroad is highly recommended for all majors and minors.
The Department of World Languages & Cultures offers the following Spanish degrees: Master of Science, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Science in Spanish Education, and a Spanish minor. The Department collaborates with the College of Education to provide the M.A. in Teaching World Languages: Spanish.
|Admission Requirements||Admission to Major is granted by the department.
Minimum University admission requirements are:
|Academic Bulletin||A full description of the program including class listings and class descriptions are listed in the Academic Bulletin.|
|Program Contact Information||Department of World Languages & Cultures
Minnesota State University, Mankato
Mankato, MN 56001
|College Advising||College of Arts & Humanities Advising
Student Relations Coordinator
226B Armstrong Hall
College of Education Advising
Mymique Baxter, Student Relations Coordinator
117 Armstrong Hall
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