For Intra-University Transfers:
Arts and Sciences: Advising and Academic Support Office, 323 Hall of Languages, 315-443-3150, firstname.lastname@example.org
School of Education: Office of Academic and Student Services, 111 Waverly Avenue, Suite 230; 315-443-9319, email@example.com
Kathryn Everly, Ph.D., Professor of Spanish, 329 H.B. Crouse, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Spanish Education program at Syracuse University is a dual program between the School of Education and the College of Arts and Sciences, in which students earn one degree (B.A.) with majors from each school/college. The program meets the academic requirements for New York State certification to teach Spanish in grades 7-12. Successful completion of certification examinations, an application, and a background check are also required for New York State teacher certification.
Program requirements include:
- Liberal Arts Core and electives
- Spanish Language, Literature, and Culture major requirements
- Spanish Education professional education courses and experiences in schools
When planning their sequence of courses, students should keep in mind that at least 6 credits of education including student teaching are required in the fall of the senior year in order to meet the prerequisites for the spring student teaching experience. As many content (Spanish) courses as possible should be completed by the end of the junior year.
A total of 124 credits is required, with 96 of these (including EDU 310) from the College of Arts and Sciences. Some students may need to complete total program credits that are slightly greater than 124.
A minimum of a 3.0 grade point average is required for admission to the College of Arts and Sciences and School of Education dual enrollment program. GPA requirements for admission to the candidacy and standard student teaching semesters, and other prerequisites to these semesters, are mentioned below. Intra-University transfer to the School of Education is coordinated through the Office of Academic and Student Services, 111 Waverly Avenue, Suite 230, and a course sequencing plan must be completed with an advisor at the time of application.