The Academic Plan maps out which courses you might take each semester to finish the degree in 4 years. This is flexible and is meant as a guide only.
Academic Plan for major concentrations in French and Spanish with Teaching Certification
FREN/SPAN A200* FREN/SPAN A201*
First-Year Seminar Loyola Core Foundation Course--SCI
Loyola Core Foundation Course--MATH HIST I
Loyola Core Foundation Course--ENGL PHIL I
TEAC A100—Multicultural Education-- TEAC A210—Special Needs
(fulfills Social Science req. in Core)
FREN/SPAN A300-level FREN/SPAN A300-499+
TEAC A310—Reading in Content Area RELS I
WAL PHIL II
SCI II PSYC A250—Educational Psychology
PSYC A255—Adolescent psychology 2nd Math
FREN/SPAN A300-499 FREN/SPAN A300-499
FREN/SPAN A300-499 RELS II
FREN/SPAN A300-499 TEAC A343—Classroom Managemnt
HIST II 3rd Science
General Elective General Elective
FREN/SPAN A300-499 FREN/SPAN A480—Capstone (1 cred.)
FREN/SPAN A300-499 TEAC A410—Student Teaching (9 cred.)
TEAC A300—Secondary Methods TEAC A301—Secondary Methods II
*If you need to start from the 100 level, these classes are General Electives and do not count towards the major itself, but you will receive credit for them. If you place at a higher level, you will still need 31 hours total to complete the major.
+At least one course at this level must fulfill the Creative Arts and Cultures category.
**We encourage a study abroad semester, but it will require careful planning of the Teacher Education requirements.