REQUIREMENTS FOR A BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE WITH A MAJOR IN SPANISH - SECONDARY TEACHERS OPTION:
 
General Education - Credits: 39
 
See General Education Requirements.
 
Specific Departmental Requirements:
 
ML 215 - Intermediate Spanish I Credits: 4
ML 216 - Intermediate Spanish II Credits: 4
ML 319 - Adv Spanish Convers & Comp I Credits: 4
* ML 320 - Adv Spanish Composition Credits: 4
ML 336 - Survey of Spanish Lit Credits: 4
ML 337 - Survey Spanish American Lit Credits: 4
ML 345 - Hisp Cultures & Civilizations Credits: 4
ML 346 - Hispanic Cultures: Topics Credits: 4
* ML 496 - Seminar in Spanish Credits: 4
 
Subtotal Specific Departmental Requirements - Credits: 36
 
* Both ML 320 and ML 496 must be taken at Fort Lewis College. No exceptions.
 
Spanish Electives:
 
3-4 credits to be taken from 300- or 400-level Spanish courses. ED 333 may also count toward this elective credit. Total Major Requirements - Credits: 39-40
 
Education Course Requirements:
 
ED 222 - Education: Global Perspectives Credits: 3
ED 322 - Foundations of Teaching Credits: 4
ED 377 - Technology in Education Credits: 2
ED 424 - Teaching Language & Math 7-12 Credits: 3
ED 447 - Instructional Equality Credits: 3
ED 448 - Instructional Equality Lab Credits: 1
ED 465 - Managing Diverse Classrooms I Credits: 3
ED 468 - Managing Diverse Class I Lab Credits: 1
ED 475 - Managing Diverse Classrooms II Credits: 3
ED 478 - Managing Diverse Class II Lab Credits: 1
ED 444 - Secondary Teaching Methods Credits: 3
ED 495 - Student Teaching Secondary Credits: 1-15 (need 12 credits)
 
Subtotal Education Requirements - Credits: 39
 
Note: Admission to Teacher Education Licensure Program is required for all 300- and 400-level education courses.
 
Free Electives (variable)
TOTAL REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION - CREDITS: 120-126**
 
** Students may complete this degree within the 126-credit maximum, but to do so they must use courses from the major to complete certain General Education requirements (e.g., ED 222, ML 215, ML 216). Using these courses to meet both major and Gen Ed requirements enables the student to complete within the 126-credit limit.