Foreign Langs.

Foreign Language Majors (PreK-12) Requirements

Admission Requirements

ANTH 160 The Varieties of Human Experience or SOC 130 Comparative Societies) 3
BIOL 100 Principles of Biology (3) and
BIOL 102 Principles of Biology Laboratory (1)
4
C&T 100 Introduction to the Education Profession 3
COMS 130 Speaker-Audience Communication 3
ENGL 101 Composition 3
ENGL 102 Critical Reading and Writing 3
HIST 128 History of the United States through the Civil War or
HIST 129 History of the United States After the Civil War
3
MATH 101 Algebra (3) or MATH 104 Precalculus Mathematics (5) 3-5
MATH 105, MATH 106, MATH 115, or higher 3
*PSYC 104 General Psychology 3

Chinese Major Requirements

Physical science lecture and laboratory
(Choose from ASTR 191/ASTR 196, ATMO 105, CHEM 184, GEOG 104 and GEOG 105, GEOL 101 and GEOL 103, or PHSX 114)
4-5
HSES 260 Personal and Community Health 3
CHIN 104 Elementary Chinese I 5
CHIN 108 Elementary Chinese II 5
CHIN 204 Intermediate Chinese I 5
CHIN 208 Intermediate Chinese II 5
CHIN 504 Advanced Modern Chinese I 5
CHIN 508 Advanced Modern Chinese II 5
LING 106 Introductory Linguistics 3
Choose 2 of the following literature courses: CHIN 562, EALC 310, EALC 314, or EALC 318 3
Choose 1 of the following culture courses: EALC 368, EALC 420, or EALC 530 3

French Major Requirements

Physical science lecture and laboratory
(Choose from ASTR 191/ASTR 196, ATMO 105, CHEM 184, GEOG 104 and GEOG 105, GEOL 101 and GEOL 103, or PHSX 114)
4-5
HSES 260 Personal and Community Health 3
FREN 110, FREN 111, or FREN 119 Elementary French I 5
FREN 120 or FREN 121 Elementary French II 5
FREN 230 or FREN 231 Intermediate French I 3
FREN 240 or FREN 241 Intermediate French II 3
FREN 300 Intensive Review of French Grammar 3
FREN 310 French Phonetics 3
FREN 326 Introduction to French Literature 3
FREN 350 Applied French Grammar and Composition I 3
FREN 375 Intermediate French Conversation 3
FREN 376 Advanced French Conversation 3
FREN 450, FREN 460, FREN 465, FREN 470, or FREN 480 French Literature 3
Choose 1 of the following culture courses: FREN 410, FREN 420, FREN 430, FREN 431, or FREN 440 3

German Major Requirements

Physical science lecture and laboratory
(Choose from ASTR 191/ASTR 196, ATMO 105, CHEM 184, GEOG 104 and GEOG 105, GEOL 101 and GEOL 103, or PHSX 114)
4-5
HSES 260 Personal and Community Health 3
GERM 104 or GERM 105 Elementary German AI 5
GERM 107, GERM 108, or GERM 109 Elementary German AII 5
GERM 212 Intermediate German I 3
GERM 216 Intermediate German II 3
GERM 344 German History and Writing Practice 3
GERM 348 German Culture and Writing Practice 3
GERM 408 Introduction to German Literature I 3
GERM 416 Introduction to German Literature II 3
GERM 444 German Conversation for Everyday Use 3
GERM 588, GERM 590, or GERM 620 German Culture 3
GERM 626 Idiomatic Usage in Modern Colloquial and Literacy or
GERM 630 Advanced German Grammar
3

Japanese Major Requirements

Physical science lecture and laboratory
(Choose from ASTR 191/ASTR 196, ATMO 105, CHEM 184, GEOG 104 and GEOG 105, GEOL 101 and GEOL 103, or PHSX 114)
4-5
HSES 260 Personal and Community Health 3
JPN 104 Elementary Japanese I 5
JPN 108 Elementary Japanese II 5
JPN 204 Intermediate Japanese I 5
JPN 208 Intermediate Japanese I 5
JPN 306 Advanced Japanese Conversation I 2
JPN 504 Advanced Modern Japanese I 3
JPN 508 Advanced Modern Japanese II 3
LING 106 Introductory Linguistics 3
Choose 2 of the following literature courses: JPN 562, EALC 312, or EALC 575 3
Choose 2 of the following culture courses: FMS 315, HIST 398, HIST 399 or RELS 509 3

Latin Major Requirements

Physical science lecture and laboratory
(Choose from ASTR 191/ASTR 196, ATMO 105, CHEM 184, GEOG 104 and GEOG 105, GEOL 101 and GEOL 103, or PHSX 114)
4-5
HSES 260 Personal and Community Health 3
LAT 104 or LAT 105 Elementary Latin I 5
LAT 108 or LAT 109 Elementary Latin II 5
LAT 112 or LAT 113 Readings in Latin Literature 3
LAT 200 or LAT 201 Vergil’s Aeneid 3
CLSX 148 or CLSX 149 Greek and Roman Mythology 3
CLSX 527 Roman Archaeology and Art 3
HIST 506 Roman Republic 3
Choose any 4 of the following courses:
LAT 301 Prose Fiction and Epistolography (3)
LAT 302 Hexameter Poetry (3)
LAT 303 Roman Historians (3)
LAT 304 Lyric and Elegiac Poetry (3)
LAT 305 Roman Drama (3)
12

Russian Major Requirements

Physical science lecture and laboratory
(Choose from ASTR 191/ASTR 196, ATMO 105, CHEM 184, GEOG 104 and GEOG 105, GEOL 101 and GEOL 103, or PHSX 114)
4-5
HSES 260 Personal and Community Health 3
RUSS 104 Elementary Russian I 5
RUSS 108 Elementary Russian II 5
RUSS 204 Intermediate Russian I 6
RUSS 208 Intermediate Russian II 6
SLAV 140 Introduction to Russian Culture 3
SLAV 520 Russian Phonetics, Phonology, and Inflectional Morphology (3) or
SLAV 340 Introduction to the Languages and Peoples of Russia and East-Central Europe (3)
3
RUSS 504 Advanced Russian I 3
RUSS 508 Advanced Russian II 3
RUSS 600 Classics of Russian Culture 3
RUSS 604 Contemporary Russian Culture 3
RUSS 612 Introduction to Russian Literature 3
RUSS 616 Stylistics 3

Spanish Major Requirements

Physical science lecture and laboratory
(Choose from ASTR 191/ASTR 196, ATMO 105, CHEM 184, GEOG 104 and GEOG 105, GEOL 101 and GEOL 103, or PHSX 114)
4-5
HSES 260 Personal and Community Health 3
SPAN 104 or SPAN 105 Elementary Spanish I 3-5
SPAN 108 or SPAN 109 Elementary Spanish II 3-5
SPAN 212 or SPAN 213 Intermediate Spanish I 3
SPAN 216 or SPAN 217 Intermediate Spanish II 3
SPAN 324 Grammar and Composition 3
SPAN 328 Intermediate Spanish Conversation I 2
SPAN 340 Textual Analysis and Critical Reading 3
SPAN 424 Advanced Spanish Composition and Grammar 3
SPAN 428 Advanced Spanish Conversation 2
SPAN 429 Spanish Phonetics 3
SPAN 446 Spanish Culture (3) or
SPAN 447 Latin American Cultures: _____ (3)
3
Choose 2 of the following:
SPAN 451 Early Modern Spanish Studies: _____ (3)
SPAN 453 Twentieth-Century Spanish Studies: _____ (recommended) (3)
SPAN 462 Twentieth-Century Spanish-American Studies: _____ (3)
SPAN 463 National Traditions in Spanish America: _____ (recommended) (3)
6

Teacher Education Courses

ELPS 302 Educational Technology in Middle/Secondary Education (3)
3
ELPS 250 Education and Society (3)
3
C&T 331 Instructional Approaches for ESOL Learners in the Middle/Secondary Classroom 3
C&T 324 Curriculum and the Learner in the Middle School and High School 3
C&T 235 Education in a Multicultural Society 3
C&T 448 Reading and Writing Across the Curriculum 3
C&T 530 Curriculum and Instruction in Foreign Language Classrooms 3
C&T 544 Advanced Practices: Situating Foreign Language Contact, Disposition, Skills, and Tools in Classroom 3
C&T 489 Advanced Teaching Practicum 1
ELPS 537 Governance and Organization 3
PRE 306 Development and Learning of an Adolescent 3
PRE 456 Managing and Motivating Learners in the Middle and Secondary Classroom 3
SPED 326 Teaching Exceptional Children and Youth in General Education 3
SPED 507 Advanced Practices for Children with Disabilities in Middle/Secondary General Education Classroom 3
C&T 494 Internship 6
C&T 495 Seminar 3
PRE 420 Assessment 3

Teacher Education Courses

ELPS 302 Educational Technology in Middle/Secondary Education (3)
3
ELPS 250 Education and Society (3)
3
C&T 331 Instructional Approaches for ESOL Learners in the Middle/Secondary Classroom 3
C&T 324 Curriculum and the Learner in the Middle School and High School 3
C&T 235 Education in a Multicultural Society 3
C&T 448 Reading and Writing Across the Curriculum 3
C&T 530 Curriculum and Instruction in Foreign Language Classrooms 3
C&T 544 Advanced Practices: Situating Foreign Language Contact, Disposition, Skills, and Tools in Classroom 3
C&T 489 Advanced Teaching Practicum 1
ELPS 537 Governance and Organization 3
PRE 306 Development and Learning of an Adolescent 3
PRE 456 Managing and Motivating Learners in the Middle and Secondary Classroom 3
SPED 326 Teaching Exceptional Children and Youth in General Education 3
SPED 507 Advanced Practices for Children with Disabilities in Middle/Secondary General Education Classroom 3
C&T 494 Internship 6
C&T 495 Seminar 3
PRE 420 Assessment 3

Contact Info

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Welcome Center, Joseph R. Pearson Hall
1122 West Campus Road, Room 208
Lawrence, KS 66045-3101
785-864-3726
785-864-5076
soe@ku.edu
http://www.soe.ku.edu/
Rick Ginsberg, Dean
785-864-4297
Lon Dehnert, Assistant Dean, Academic Services
785-864-9603

School of Education

Welcome Center, Joseph R. Pearson Hall
1122 West Campus Road, Room 208
Lawrence, KS 66045-3101
785-864-3726
soe@ku.edu
http://www.soe.ku.edu/
Sally Roberts, Associate Dean, Undergraduate Programs
785-864-0553

School of Education

Welcome Center, Joseph R. Pearson Hall
1122 West Campus Road, Room 208
Lawrence, KS 66045-3101
785-864-3726
soe@ku.edu
http://www.soe.ku.edu/
James Lichtenberg, Associate Dean, Graduate Programs and Research
785-864-9656
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