World Language Education - Latin (B.S.Ed.) Requirements

IV: World Languages and Culture, Humanities and the Arts (12 Hours)

     LATN 1001/1002 (recommended - World Languages and Culture)
    CLAS 1010/CLAS 1010H (recommended - Humanities and the Arts)

V: Social Sciences (9 Hours)

    POLS 1101
    HIST 2111 or 2112
    CLAS (ANTH) 2000 (recommended)    

VI. Courses Related to the Major (18 Hours)

    Required courses:
    CLAS 1020 or CLAS 1020H
    COMM 1100/2150H Introduction to Public Speaking or COMM 1500 Intro to Interpersonal comm.
    EDUC 2110/2110H. Foundations of Education
    EDUC (EPSY)2130. Learning and Development in Education
    LATN 2001. Intermediate Latin I*
    LATN 2002. Intermediate Latin II*
    *These courses should be completed prior to applying to World Language Education as they comprise 20% of the selection criteria.
    Preferred courses specified in Core are required to satisfy this dual degree program. Required courses not taken as part of the Core must be satisfied in addition to the degree requirements listed below.

    Major Language Requirements (15 hours)

    LATN 3010*
    LATN 3020
    Three 4000-level Latin courses.
    *This course should be completed prior to applying to World Language Education as it is part of the required courses which comprise 20% of the selection criteria.  

    Required Education Courses (30 hours)

    EDUC 2120. Exploring Socio-Cultural Perspectives on Diversity
    or LLED 4530/6530. Foreign Language Curriculum and Methods P-8
    LLED 4531/6531. Foreign Language Curriculum and Methods 7-12
    LLED 5540/7540. Creating Learning Communities in the Languages Other Than English Classroom
    LLED 5550. Field Based Practicum in Foregin Language Education Grades P-12
    LLED 5560 (15 hours). Student Teaching in Foreign Language Education Greads P-12
    SPED 4020/6020. Inclusion of Students with Special Needs: PreK-Grade 5

    Major Elective Courses (15 hours)

    Five 3000-level or above courses, in any combination, in CLAS, GREK, or LATN, OR 3000-level or above courses in ANTH, ARHI, CMLT, HIST, LING, PHIL, RELI that have a significant component dealing with the ancient Greco-Roman world and are approved by the Classics Department.