This is a concentration within the Bachelor of Arts program in Liberal Studies. Please view the information for the Department of Liberal Studies in conjunction with this concentration information.
The Bilingual/Crosscultural: Spanish concentration provides the knowledge base for students who are planning to pursue bilingual/crosscultural credentials to teach in elementary schools. It is also designed to give graduates the language teaching skills, language proficiency, and cultural background to teach English Language Learning (ELL) students. Emphasis is on addressing the needs of an increasingly international student population in our schools.
Click here to view Learning Objectives for the Department of Liberal Studies and its concentrations.
(21 units minimum)
1. Language Component – Complete the following:
Satisfactory completion of Spanish language course work up to SPAN 3020. Students may begin the language courses at whatever level is appropriate. Students who pass the Bilingual Spanish Language Assessment may take an additional elective in sections 3 or 4 instead of SPAN 3020.
2. Cultural Component Complete 6 units from sections a and b in the following: