The World Language Education (WLE) program integrates education and language courses that will prepare you to teach a foreign language for kindergarten through 12th grade in a variety of urban and suburban education settings, including public and private schools.
As a WLE major, you will take education courses and earn a Bachelor of Arts degree from the College of Education, and take language courses from the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences.
- Culture in the classroom
- Grammar and composition
- Human development and learning
- Integrating content into world language instruction
- Literary analysis
- Phonology and phonetics
- Second language acquisition
- Sociology of education
- Teaching modern languages