Bachelor of Arts in Spanish Education
School of Education
Cedarville's School of Education is equipping Christian teachers to make a Gospel impact in their future classrooms.
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Semester in Spain
Spend a semester in Valencia, Spain, experiencing the culture as you study. A Cedarville faculty member will accompany you in this experience, giving you the same excellence in teaching you would experience on campus.
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Spanish Education Program Curriculum
Building on your general education liberal arts and Bible minor courses, you will take education foundations and methods courses as well as Spanish core courses and electives.
- Advanced Spanish Grammar
- Principles of Language Acquisition