Bachelor of Science
Spanish Education at Greenville University
Become a servant leader as a Spanish teacher in a culturally diverse world. Broaden your understanding of the Spanish language, literature, and culture while preparing to do the same for your students. Acquire more than 300 hours of hands-on classroom experience in rural and urban settings before you graduate. Learn to educate the whole student through best practices and proven pedagogical approaches. Serve the growing population of Spanish-speaking students, and those seeking to make Spanish their second language.
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Enter a growing field with many job opportunities. Talented Spanish teachers are in high demand as the population of Spanish speakers in the U.S increases.
Learn how to inspire the next generation of Spanish language learners in your classroom.
Learning environment. Take advantage of small class sizes, caring faculty, and a Christ-centered program to fuel your passion for Spanish language and cultural studies.
Christian discipleship. Mentors and discipleship opportunities at GU help you grow your faith as you prepare to care for the next generation of students.
Generous classroom hours. Acquire more than 300 hours of experience in rural and urban classrooms and enter the teaching field confident and prepared.
I decided to come to GU because I love the community here. I was surrounded by great people that really invested in me and always pushed me to be greater than I formally was.
Spanish Education, BS Course Requirements
Visit the Online Undergraduate Catalog for an explanation of graduation requirements.
The Spanish education major leads to a bachelor of science degree, and requires 36 credits of Spanish specialization courses including one semester abroad and 53 hours of professional studies in education.