K-12 Licenses: Spanish Spanish majors pursuing a MN K-12 teaching license must complete a standard Spanish major, however, they must take both MODL 1010 and 1020 for a total of 11 courses in the major. In addition, an assessment of advanced language proficiency and knowledge of Spanish culture are required. The required courses for a MN K-12 teaching license in Spanish are listed below. All teaching candidates are advised that completion of the program within a four-year time frame requires careful planning. Please seek early advising from the School of Education to plan your program. NOTE: If you want to co-major in education and will not student teach prior to graduation, you need to take an additional six EDU credits. Contact an Undergraduate Teacher Education faculty adviser for the licensure requirements associated with this license Education courses EDU 1150 Schools and Society EDU 1150 Schools and Society - LAB EDU 1250 Educational Psychology EDU 3500 Diversity and Education EDU 3500 Diversity and Education - LAB EDU 3260 Theory to Practice EDU 5710 Teaching Literacy in the Middle and Secondary Schools (5-12) EDU 3620 Exceptionality EDU 3620 Exceptionality - LAB EDU 5700 Teaching in Secondary Schools EDU 5881 World Language Methods (K-12) EDU 5900 Student Teaching Seminar EDU 5960 Student Teaching (K-12) Spanish courses MODL 1010 The Language Phenomenon MODL 1020 Language and Society SPAN 5900 Advanced Conversation and Composition SPAN 5910 Spanish for the Professional An additional seven courses beyond SPAN 3220: Intermediate Spanish II, at least five of which must be taught in Spanish.