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Spanish Landmarks

Future Spanish teachers will also teach about great Spanish landmarks in addition to the language.

Secondary Education: Spanish

Offered by: Secondary Education / Foundations of Education

As a Spanish teacher, you will have the chance to teach students the skills they will use throughout their lives and even in many careers they may pursue.

Why Choose Secondary Education: Spanish?

The SRU Secondary Education/Foundations of Education Department has a reputation among administrators and cooperating teachers for producing teacher candidates who are well-prepared in both their subject matter and in their practical classroom skills.

What Will You Learn?

As you work through the program, you will master classroom skills as well as Spanish language and culture. Courses like Human Development and Education and Methods of Instruction in secondary content areas will give you the expertise to be confident in designing and carrying out lessons, and you will gain mastery in Spanish language, culture, and literature. Through student teaching opportunities, you will attain confidence and real-world experience in a diversity of settings.

Careers In Secondary Education: Spanish

With your comprehensive course of study, you'll be ready for the challenges of the secondary classroom, in Pennsylvania or elsewhere. Further, the partnership between the Department of Secondary Education and Career Education and Development will provide you with interview preparation and resume-writing support so that you can begin your new life as 'un profesor de español!

Clubs & Organizations

  • Kappa Delta Pi
  • Secondary Education Club
  • SRU Collegiate Middle Level Association

Student/Alumni Spotlight

Marissa is an alumna Spanish Education and Elementary Education double major. SRU has provided her with many travel opportunities including study abroad in Costa Rica and student teaching in Mexico. On campus, she is involved in the Spanish and Swim Clubs. Graduating at the top of her class in May 2013, she is proud that she was able to graduate with two majors in four years. Her future plans are to teach English as a second language to Spanish speaking students.

Marisa Rega