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


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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 and language placement exam. 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 (AH) 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.

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.

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


Term 1 Hours Milestone Notes
1ENGL 101 * or ENGL 118  3 2.5 GPA
2Natural Sciences  Elective* 3  
3Quantitative Reasoning  Elective* 3  
7CFS 210 * 3  
SPAN 211  or SPAN 217 /GERM 211 /FREN 211 /CLAS 251   3  
EDUC 100S  or Elective 1  
Term 2
1ENGL 102 * 3 2.75 GPA
2Natural Sciences  Elective w/Lab* 4  
3Quantitative Reasoning  Elective* 3  
5SPAN 212 * or SPAN 218 */5GERM 212 /5FREN 212 * or FREN 218 */5CLAS 252 * 3  
6Oral Communication  Elective* 3  
Term 3
7EDPY 210 * 3 1ENGL 101 * or ENGL 118 *
11SPAN 311 */GERM 311 */FREN 333 */CLAS 351 * 3  
WLEL 466   3  
TPTE 355   3  
EDPY 301   3  
Term 4
6Arts and Humanities  Elective * 3 5SPAN 212  or SPAN 218 */5GERM 212 /5FREN 212 */5CLAS 251  
WLEL 445   3  
TPTE 203   2  
11SPAN 312 */GERM 312 */FREN 334 */11CLAS 352 * 3  
SPED 303   3  
Term 5
ETEC 386   3 11SPAN 311 */GERM 311 */FREN 333 */CLAS 252 *
WLEL 470   3  
Expanded Perspectives  Elective* 3  
11SPAN 315 /GERM 411 /FREN 353 */CLAS 431   3  
Global Citizenship – US  Elective* 3  
Term 6
WLEL 450   3 WLEL 466  
10Engaged Inquiries  Elective* 3  
TPTE 203   1  
Written Communication  Elective* 3  
10Engaged Inquiries  Elective* 3  
WLEL 475   3  
Term 7
WLEL 455   3 SPED 303  
9,10TPTE 475   6 ETEC 386  
REED 461   3  
10Engaged Inquiries  Elective* 3  
Term 8
WLEL 489   3 TPTE 475  
TPTE 475   3  
TPTE 496   4  
Applied Oral Communication  Elective* 3  
UNDERGRADUATE TOTAL 120  
1 Three courses from the Written Communication  (WC) list, 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
One course from approved Oral Communication  (OC) courses.
5 One course from approved Global Citizenship-International Focus (GCI) : SPAN 212 ; GERM 212 ; FREN 212 *; CLAS 252 *. (see advisor).
6 One course from approved Arts and Humanities  (AH) courses. Recommended to take an Arts and Humanities  course from target language when possible. For example, GERM 323 *, GERM 370 *, FREN 353 *, FREN 415 *, FREN 431 *, FREN 433 *, CLAS 221 *, CLAS 222 *, CLAS 232 *, CLAS 253 *, CLAS 254 *,  CLAS 255 *, CLAS 256 *, CLAS 382 *, CLAS 436 *, CLAS 443 *, CLAS 444 *, CLAS 445 *, or REED 230 .
7 One course from approved Social Sciences  (SS) courses designated as EDPY 210 *; CFS 210 * (SS) will serve as an Expanded Perspectives   Elective. 
8 One course from approved Global Citizenship – US  (GCUS) courses.
9 Recommended to take an Applied Oral Communication  (AOC) course from target language when possible. For example, SPAN 423  if pursuing Spanish; FREN 334 * if pursing French; CLAS 442 * or CLAS 465 * if pursuing Latin.
10 Three courses with two different subject areas from approved Engaged Inquiries  (EI) courses. Recommended to take at least one from target language. For example, SPAN 494S  and SPAN 495S * if pursuing Spanish. CLAS 299 *, CLAS 232 *, CLAS 442 *, CLAS 443 *, CLAS 444 *, CLAS 445 *, CLAS 462 *, or CLAS 465 * if pursing Latin.
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Language specific requirements as follows:

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

* Meets Volunteer Core Requirements .

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