Spanish Education

U.S. News and World Report 2018 Degree: Master of Arts in Education 
ProgramSpanish Education
Degree Level: Graduate
Credit Hours: 36 credit hours
Delivery Format: Online
PrerequisitesBachelor’s Degree (preferably in Spanish education) 

The fully online MAE in Spanish Education is designed for K-12 Spanish teachers who would like to continue their education through the completion of a graduate degree in Spanish Education. The program consists of 18 hours of Spanish coursework and 18 hours of education-related coursework primarily focused on second language acquisition and foreign language pedagogy. Students may complete part of their Spanish coursework with study abroad options designed to improve language proficiency or that incorporate other professional development goals.

This graduate program is one of the few online programs in the country that focuses on Spanish Education. The online format, along with potential study abroad options, enables students to conveniently focus on both their Spanish proficiencies as well as their knowledge of foreign and second language pedagogy.

The MAE in Spanish Education would enable graduates to advance their careers. Graduates may become eligible to teach Spanish at a community college or to serve as lecturers and/or adjuncts at colleges and universities. It would also prepare graduates to pursue doctoral programs in education. It should be noted that this degree is not designed for students who intend to obtain a doctoral degree in Spanish.

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University of Nebraska at Kearney - eCampus
Phone: 308-865-8927

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