Bachelor of Arts in Spanish With Optional Inspired Teaching and Learning Preliminary Single Subject Teaching Credential (California)
To receive a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish Optional with an Inspired Teaching and Learning Preliminary Single Subject Teaching Credential (California), candidates must complete at least 180 quarter units as articulated below, 45 of which must be completed in residence at National University, 76.5 of which must be completed at the upper-division level, and a minimum of 70.5 units of the university General Education. In the absence of transfer credit, additional general electives may be necessary to satisfy total units for the degree. The following courses are specific degree requirements. All students receiving an undergraduate degree in Nevada are required by State Law to complete a course in Nevada Constitution.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Develop oral, written and reading proficiency in Spanish
- Read and interpret representative texts and cultural productions in Spanish.
- Develop analytical and critical skills that build from textual, cultural and linguistic analysis to the exploration of society
- Translate and interpret to and from Spanish.
- Differentiate the major aspects of Latin American and Hispanic culture and civilization from pre-Columbian times to the present
- Demonstrate familiarity with the history and culture of the Spanish speaking world.
- A comprehensive familiarity with the history and culture of the region
- SPN 100 Beginning Spanish I
- SPN 101 Beginning Spanish II
- SPN 200 Intermediate Spanish I
- SPN 201 Intermediate Spanish II
- LIT 100 Introduction to Literature
- SPN 300 Advanced Spanish I
- SPN 301 Advanced Spanish II
- SPN 310 Literary Readings in Spanish
- SPN 330 Intro Lat Am Cultures
- SPN 350 Film and Culture
- SPN 420 Literature and Culture I
- SPN 430 Literature and Culture II
- SPN 450 Identity and Multiculturalism
- SPN 499 Spanish Capstone
- HIS 345 Latin American Studies
- HIS 434 Modern World, 1500 to Present
- LIT 360 History of Literary Theory
- LIT 365 Contemporary Literary Theory
- LIT 420 U.S. Latino Literature
- LIT 460 Gender and Literature
- LIT 463 20th Century World Literature
- LIT 480 Literature of the Americas