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Program Description

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Students who have an undergraduate degree in Spanish or related field are eligible to apply. Students must be able to speak, comprehend, read, and write Spanish at an advanced level (minimally an ACTFL level Intermediate High). Students must complete 12 semester hours of graduate work with grades of A or B in order to continue in the program.

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A total of ten (10) courses, or 42 hours, and student teaching (2 courses – 12 hours) are required for the MAT degree. There are nine (9) required core courses. The remaining course is an elective selected from a list of approved courses. Of the total number of courses, three (3) must be completed at the 500-level. Comprehensive Examination required. No more than eight (8) semester hours of credit (2 courses) will be accepted for transfer, and these credits must comply with University regulations and be approved by the program.