Admission and Retention Requirements for Spanish Certification
For admission to and retention in Teacher Education in the field of Spanish, students must achieve and sustain a 2.75 GPA in all Spanish coursework. To qualify to take the Spanish (All Level) TExES examination (LOTE-613), students must meet the following criteria:
Have at least a 2.5 GPA on all college coursework (lower and upper level).
Have a 2.75 GPA on all Spanish coursework (lower and upper level).
Have completed one Spanish TExES Review Workshop. This workshop must be taken in the semester prior to the term the student takes the TExES.
Provide official permit with approval of Spanish certification coordinator or designee.
Students returning to the University to complete certification must see the Spanish certification coordinator to receive a deficiency plan. All criteria outlined in the plan must be met before the student will be permitted to take the Spanish TExES.
For information on required professional development courses, the Professional Development TExES (PPR-160), and other teacher certification requirements, please see the College of Education section of this catalog. Students should also consult the Certification Office of the College of Education for complete and current information about teacher certification requirements.
Core Curriculum Program
First-Year Seminars (when applicable)*
Foreign Language Requirement
*First Year Seminars
First-Year Seminars or Electives
Full-time, first-year student are required to take the following courses:
** If Spanish majors opt for any of these courses in the Core Curriculum, such course will not count towards the major. It shall be replaced with a different SPAN 3000 or 4000 literature course to complete the 12 hours in this area.