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To be accepted into this program, you must have:
- A bachelor’s degree. Preferably in Spanish Education.
- A 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale.
- Completed 21 credit hours of upper-level Spanish coursework preferred.
- A written personal statement. Statement of purpose in English. This statement must address the following areas: the candidate’s qualifications for graduate study in Spanish Education, long-term professional goals and expectations of the degree in terms of professional development. Academic writing sample in Spanish (minimum of 4 pages). The sample may be from an upper-level undergraduate course, but it should showcase the candidate’s analytical reasoning and argumentative writing. If the candidate does not have an existing writing sample, they may provide an original critical analysis of an approved text.
- A license/certificate required. Hold a Spanish teaching certification (K-12 or 7-12) or eligibility.
- Official or unofficial transcripts from all previous schools.
NOTE: If you reside in Kentucky, contact a program adviser before applying.
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Application Fee: $45
- Complete the online application. Use the "School Designation" section in online application to select program and area of concentration you wish to apply.
- Submit application fee.