Spanish (Major, Minor)

The Master of Arts in Leadership in Teaching: Spanish specialization offers a foundation at the graduate level in Hispanic linguistics and literature while deepening the classroom teacher’s understanding of the interrelated nature of the Spanish language and Hispanic culture within today’s global society. The prerequisite for all graduate Spanish courses is an undergraduate Major in Spanish or four upper level Spanish courses.

Curriculum (30 credits)

          EDU-557  Leadership Seminar I (3)
          EDU-567  Learning Theory and Practice (3)
          EDU-543  Reading, Analyzing and Interpreting Educational Research (3)
          EDU-544  Educational Assessment (3)
          EDU-676  Educational Applications of Multimedia (3)
          LSP-560    Advanced Oral Communication in Spanish (3)
          LSP-528    Spanish Linguistics (3)
          LSP-530    Perspectives on Spanish as a World Language (3)
          LSP-559    Contemporary Hispanic World
          LSP-501    Advanced Methods of Teaching Spanish

Elective Courses

          LSP-501    Topics in Spanish: Magical Realism (3)
          LSP-510    Survey of Masterpieces of Latin American Literature (3)
          LSP-542    Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean: Literature and the Arts (3)
          LSP-522    Survey of masterpieces in Peninsular Literature (3)
          LSP-524    Survey of the Spanish Novel (3)
          LSP-532    Contemporary Spain: Literature and the Arts (3)
          LSP-501    Topics in Spanish: Hispanic Women’s Voices in Film and Literature (3)
          LSP-526    Hispanic Women Writers (3)