For complete information on courses please reference the college catalog.
Requirement of 32 semester credit hours:
|SPAN 331||Spanish Conversation||4|
|SPAN 332||Grammar and Composition||4|
|SPAN 336||LE; GP* Survey of Spanish Literature||4|
|SPAN 337||LE; GP* Survey of Spanish American Literature||4|
|SPAN 494||Senior Seminar (topic varies)||4|
|LING 321||Linguistics Science (spring B quad)||2|
|SPAN 371||Methods of Teaching Foreign Language (fall); Span 371 is required for secondary education candidates)||4|
AND Study Abroad - Options include Wheaton in Spain, Wheaton in Mexico, Wheaton in Costa Rica (or equivalent academic term abroad)
|SPAN 334||Spanish Civilization and Culture (required for Spain)||4|
|SPAN 338||Intensive Advanced Spanish (required for Spain, Mexico & Costa Rica)||4|
|SPAN 489||Topics in Hispanic Culture||2-4|
|SPAN 335||GP* Latin American Culture and Civilization (fall)||4|
|SPAN 357||DUS* Hispanics in the United States (spring)||4|
|SPAN 390||Country Study (varies)||2|
|SPAN 352; 353; 439||Topics in Language, Literature, or Culture
|SPAN 493||Mentoring (topics vary, instructor signature required)||4|
|SPAN 495||Independent Study (Departmental permission required)||2-4|
|SPAN 496||Internship (Departmental permission required)||2-4|
Spanish Secondary Education required courses
SPAN 331, 332, 336, 337, 371, 494, an academic term (preferably semester-long) in a Spanish-speaking country to total 32 upper-division hours in Spanish, and EDUC 135 The School and Society (2), EDUC 136 Teaching Diverse Students (2), EDUC 136L Cross-Cultural Practicum (1), EDUC 225 Learning and Development (4), EDUC 225L Practicum (1), EDUC 305 Learning Differences (2), EDUC 305L Learning Differences Practicum (1), EDUC 306 Classroom Communication and Curriculum Integration (4), EDUC 324L Methods Practicum (1), EDUC 494 Senior Seminar (2), EDUC 496 Student Teaching (9), EDUC 497 Philosophical Foundations (3).
Abbreviations refer to courses fulfilling general education requirements of the Thematic Core. LE = Literary Explorations; GP = Global Perspectives; DUS = Diversity in the United States.
Students may work with their advisors to complete alternative study abroad programs not offered by Wheaton. The alternative program must be accredited by a U.S. four-year college or university or by the International Accreditation Association of Colleges and Universities. Six (6) credits minimum; 8-16 recommended.
At least 16 hours must be taken in residence; that is, through Wheaton College. No more than 16 hours of upper-division transfer credit in Spanish may be applied to the major. Transfer credits include AP credits and coursework completed abroad through a non-Wheaton College or a non-CCCU program.
Students may repeat a course number with a “Topics” designation as long as a different topic is offered.
Students take 20 hours of coursework at the upper-divisional (300-400) level. Conversation (331) and Advanced Grammar and Composition (332) are required. A term of study abroad is strongly recommended. The electives for the minor are chosen in consultation with the minor advisor on an individual basis; no independent study.