Spanish for Educators

Did you know that, as of 2009, 26% of all children under 5 years old in the US are Hispanic?

This undergraduate-level course is designed to provide educators with basic knowledge about Latino culture and Spanish language necessary to communicate with parents and students on a basic level. Students will explore the culture of the monolingual population. They will also learn and practice vocabulary and phrases necessary to communicate with Spanish-speaking students and parents.

Spanish for Educators is relevant for all teachers, paraprofessionals, and administrators working in today’s changing educational landscape. No previous Spanish language experience is required. University admission is not required. However, this course does fulfill the humanities breadth requirement in the foreign languages area and awards 3 academic credits (undergraduate).

Course Number: SPNU 120


  • Fall I – 2017
  • Spring I – 2018
  • Spring II – 2018

Academic Calendar 2016-2017

Tuition: $525 per course

Credit: 3 undergraduate credits

Location: Online