A bachelor’s degree with grades of merit from an accredited college or university in an arts and sciences major
Students for whom English is not a first language must submit satisfactory scores on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL).
Please note that the statement of purpose that is submitted as part of the application process for this program, must be written in Spanish.
For those seeking initial licensure, a Preliminary license in Spanish (P-6 or 5-12) is required. Preliminary licensure includes a passing score on the Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure (MTEL), both the communication and literacy portion and the Spanish subject area portion, in addition to other requirements
For those seeking professional licensure, an Initial license in Spanish (P-6 or 5-12) is required
Students who have no teacher preparation coursework or who do not possess a bachelor’s degree in the major should consult with the program coordinator
Licensure Courses (18 Credits)
Choose one of four tracks
Please note that students must have completed nine credits or education content courses, SPN 751 or SPN 752 Methods, nine credits of Spanish content courses and have passed the OPIc proficency exam before applying for student teaching. The nine credits in Spanish cannot include SPN700 or SPN900