The MA in Foreign Languages with a concentration in Spanish/Bilingual/Multicultural Education combines courses in Spanish with courses in multicultural education, offered through the School of Education and Human Development. This degree prepares individuals to effectively teach in bilingual and multicultural settings; licensure is available with minimal additional coursework beyond the degree.
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Total credits: 30-42
For policies governing all graduate degrees, see AP .6 Graduate Policies.
Each concentration has a different number of required credits. In all four concentrations, 6 of the total credits may be earned with a thesis. Regardless of the concentration selected, all students must meet the core and distribution requirements given below and pass a comprehensive exam or write a thesis.
|Required Core Courses 1|
|SPAN 502||Hispanic Sociolinguistics||3|
|SPAN 510||Methods of Literary and Cultural Studies||3|
|Latino, Latin American or Spanish cultures, literatures, or linguistics|
|Select four courses with the SPAN subject code.||12|
|Select two courses from the following list in consultation with an advisor.||6|
|Child and Adolescent Development in Global Contexts|
|Introduction to Culturally Linguistically Diverse Learners|
|Bilingualism and Language Acquisition Research|
|Assessment of Language Learners|
|Methods of Teaching in Foreign/World Languages|
|Advanced Methods of Teaching Foreign/Second Languages in PK-12 Schools|
|Reading/Writing in Foreign/World Languages|
|Select four electives in consultation with an advisor.||12|
Students must take the core courses within their first 15 credits.
Students who elect to complete a thesis may apply 6 credits of 798 and 799 to fulfill this requirement.