Wright State University – Department of Modern Languages

Wright State University – Department of Modern Languages
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  • Professional Studies

About the Program

Program Description

Master of Education: Classroom Teacher: Modern Languages (Degree 237)

Introductory Coursework

ED 751 Educational Statistics and Assessment for Education

ED 771 Educational Leadership Behavior

ED 701 Advanced Educational Psychology

Professional Requirements

EDT 749 Introduction to Instructional Media

ED 810 Seminar in Elementary Education or ED 820

Seminar in Secondary Education

ED 627 European Languages: Children?s Literature, Music & Art

ED 625 Curriculum and Methods of Modern Foreign Language:

Curriculum and Methods

Program Electives

24 hours of graduate courses in the Modern Languages or related courses.

Electives in Spanish:

600 Courses: The Art of Translation; The Poetry of Pablo Neruda; Spain?s ?Generation of 1898?; Golden Age Spanish Literature; Advanced Spanish Grammar and Composition; Contemporary Latin American Literature; Latin American Nobel Authors; Modern Women Writers of Spain and Latin America.

Editor notes

The Master of Education in Spanish offered by the Wright State University is actually designed for those willing to become teachers, but since it teaches Spanish language, culture and literature, and also includes a course on the art of translation it is an option to be considered in the translation studies field. There are courses in French and German, but there are no translation course in these languages.



Contact Information

Wright State University

325 Millett Hall

3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy.

Dayton, OH 45435-0001

Mr. Chris Murphy,

College of Education,

Phone: 937-775-4508

E-mail: chris.murphy@wright.edu

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