2019-2020 Catalog (Current)

Spanish Teaching

Degree Type: Secondary Education Minor
College(s): College of Education and Human Services

Why Choose Secondary Education Spanish?

This program is not accepting students at this time.

The Spanish Education Minor prepares future teachers to communicate with prospective students in the target language in a simple, but efficient way, the basics of the language grammar, vocabulary, culture, and important aspects of the Hispanic world. A highlight of the program is the Spanish pedagogy class, which entails a variety of examples and classroom like scenarios where students have hands-on experiences to become familiar with the current trends and approaches of a second language acquisition.

Admission Requirements

The Secondary Education program requires the completion of a teaching major and a teaching minor to fulfill the subject area requirements of the program.

Secondary Education majors may choose an appropriate teaching majors from the following areas: biology; business, management, marketing and technology; chemistry; English; geography; history; mathematics; political science; or social studies.

Graduation Requirements

A 2.75 GPA is required for satisfactory completion of the Spanish teaching minor.  No grade lower than a "C".

More Information

College of Education & Human Services
School of Education
Bishop Hall Room 421
Ferris State University
1349 Cramer Circle
Big Rapids, MI 49307-2737
Telephone: (231) 591-5361

Required Courses
Credit Hours
Intermediate Spanish 1
4
Intermediate Spanish 2
4
Advanced Spanish 1
4
Advanced Spanish 2
4
Survey of Spanish Literature
3
Contemp Culture-Soc of Spain
3
Contemp Cult-Soc Hispan Americ
3
Hispanic Cinema
3
Spanish Language Pedagogy
4
Minimum semester credit hours required for education minor:
24