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    Oct 23, 2021  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog

Education Major, BS in Education – Second Language Education Concentration (World Language Education and English as a Second Language Specialization)


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uTrack Requirements

Universal Tracking (uTrack) is an academic monitoring system designed to help students stay on track for timely graduation. In order to remain on track, students must complete the minimum requirements for each tracking semester, known as milestones. Milestones include successful completion of specified courses and/or attainment of a minimum GPA. uTrack requirements only affect full-time, degree-seeking students who first entered Fall 2013 or later. uTrack does not apply to transfer students who entered prior to Fall 2015.

Progression Requirements

Progression to World Language Education and English as a Second Language specialization requires a 2.75 cumulative GPA after a minimum of 12 semester hours of coursework. Once candidates formally progress to the specialization, they must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 while in the program. Students must earn a grade of C or better in all teacher education courses. Students with less than a 2.75 GPA for two consecutive semesters will be dropped from the program. Students who fail to meet the standards for professional conduct during the course of their fieldwork will not be retained in the major.

Requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Education – Second Language Education Concentration (World Language Education and English as a Second Language Specialization)


ENGL 101 * or ENGL 118  3 2.5 GPA
2Natural Sciences Elective w/Lab * 4  
3Quantitative Reasoning Elective * 3  
4CFS 210 * 3  
5SPAN 211 */5GERM 211 */5FREN 211 */5CLAS 251 * 3  
Term 2
1ENGL 102 * 3 2.75 GPA
2Natural Sciences Elective w/Lab * 3  
3Quantitative Reasoning Elective * 3  
5SPAN 212 */5GERM 212 */5FREN 212 */5CLAS 252  3  
6Communicating Orally Elective * 3  
Term 3
4EDPY 210 * 3 2.75 GPA
8SPAN 311  (unless B or better in SPAN 218 *)/9GERM/10FREN  3 1ENGL 101 * or ENGL 118 *
WLEL 466   3  
TPTE 355   3  
EDPY 401   3  
Term 4
7Arts and Humanities Elective * 3 2.75 GPA
WLEL 445   3 5SPAN/GERM/FREN/CLAS
TPTE 203   2  
SPAN 312 /9GERM/FREN 334 /11CLAS  3  
SPED 402   3  
Term 5
ETEC 486   3 2.75 GPA
WLEL 470   3 8SPAN 311  (unless B or better in SPAN 218 )/9GERM/10FREN 
7Arts and Humanities Elective * 3  
7SPAN 332 , SPAN 333 , SPAN 334  or SPAN 346 /9GERM/EEB 353 /11CLAS  3  
     
7SPAN/GERM/FREN/CLAS  3  
Term 6
WLEL 450   3 2.75 GPA
WLEL 489   3 SPAN 330 /9GERM/10FREN/11CLAS 
TPTE 203   1  
8SPAN/9GERM/10FREN/11CLAS  3  
8SPAN/9GERM/10FREN/11CLAS  3  
WLEL 475   3  
Term 7
WLEL 455   3 2.75 GPA
TPTE 352   1 EDPY 401  
REED 461   3 ETEC 486  
8SPAN/9GERM/10FREN/11CLAS 3 SPED 402  
8SPAN/9GERM/10FREN/11CLAS 3 8SPAN/9GERM/10FREN/11CLAS
1Communicating through Writing Elective * 3  
Term 8
ELED 493   12 2.75 GPA
ELED 494   1  
UNDERGRADUATE TOTAL 120  
1 Three courses from the Communicating through Writing  (WC), first-year composition sequence, 2 courses, 3 credit hours each, and additional written communication course in Term 7, 3 credit hours.
2 Two courses from approved Natural Sciences  (NS) courses, one must have a laboratory.
3 Two courses from approved Quantitative Reasoning  (QR) courses.
4 Two courses from approved Social Sciences  (SS) courses designated by TPTE as EDPY 210  and CFS 210 .
5 Two courses from approved Cultures and Civilizations  (CC) courses. Students pursuing SPAN take SPAN 211 * and SPAN 212 *; GERM 211 * and GERM 212 *; FREN 211 * and FREN 212 *; Latin-CLAS 251 * and CLAS 252 *. (see advisor).
6 One course from approved Communicating Orally  (OC) courses.
7 Two courses from approved Arts and Humanities  courses (AH).
8 Students pursuing Spanish take an additional 12 hours from SPAN 315 , SPAN 331 , SPAN 332 , SPAN 333 , SPAN 334 , SPAN 346 , SPAN 410 , SPAN 420 , SPAN 422 , SPAN 423 , SPAN 430 , SPAN 433 , SPAN 434 , SPAN 461 , SPAN 484 , SPAN 489 , SPAN 491 , SPAN 493 , SPAN 494S , or SPAN 495S .
9 Students pursuing German take 24 hours in courses numbered above 300, with at least six hours from GERM 321 , GERM 322 , GERM 324 , GERM 325 , and GERM 326  and at least six hours from GERM 411 , GERM 412 , GERM 419 , GERM 433 , GERM 434 , GERM 455 , or GERM 485 .
10 Students pursuing French take an additional 15 hours from FREN 400 , FREN 410 , FREN 415 , FREN 420 , FREN 421 FREN 422 , FREN 425 , FREN 426 , FREN 431 , FREN 432 , FREN 433 , FREN 440 , FREN 450 , FREN 491 , FREN 492 , or FREN 493 .
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Students pursuing Latin take 24 hours of the following courses: CLAS 299 *, 12 hours from CLAS 351 , CLAS 352 , CLAS 414 , CLAS 431 , CLAS 432 , and CLAS 435 , and select 9 hours of any 200 level or above Classics courses (not CLAS 273 ), HIME 382 , HIME 400 , or PHIL 320 *.

 

Note: Study or work experience abroad required. Contact World Language Education Program Coordinator for information.

* Meets University General Education Requirement .

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