Language. Culture. Education. 

Spanish Education

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Go beyond language as you master linguistics, literature, and culture through Spanish Education at North Greenville University. 

Ranked College in SC
NGU ranked #6 on WalletHub’s list of “Best Colleges in South Carolina” (2021)
Average Class Size
Collaborate with your peers. Network with your professors. Connect to countless resources and career opportunities. All thanks to NGU’s smaller class sizes.
Language-based Minors
American Sign Language(ASL). French. Linguistics. Spanish. TESOL. Take your love of language even further with an optional minor of your choosing.

In and Out of the Classroom

Interact with people from Spanish-speaking cultures and backgrounds, explore Spanish art and literature as you master the language, and, most importantly, teach others to do the same. Prepare for a career in Spanish education: K-12 Spanish teacher and tutor, intercultural ministry worker, or missionary. You might even work as a translator for international corporations and government agencies (like the FBI or CIA).

What Can I Do with a Bachelor’s Degree in Spanish Education?

A bachelor’s degree in Spanish education paves the way for a fulfilling career as a Spanish teacher. You’ll have the opportunity to educate students in the Spanish language and culture, nurturing language skills and cultural appreciation.

This degree positions you to make a positive impact on students’ lives, equipping them for a globalized world where Spanish language proficiency is highly advantageous.

Bilingual Education Teacher

Foreign Language Tutor

Spanish Teacher

Study Abroad Coordinator

Experience Learning Immersed In Spanish Culture

Study Abroad

Language is about more than linguistics, phonetics, grammar, and composition. It’s about art, history, culture, and connection. Travel to either Spain or South America. Live with a Spanish-speaking host family. Maximize your learning experience as you immerse yourself in the Spanish language and culture. 








Practice What You Teach

Observe real-world teachers and students. Participate in actual classroom studies and discussions. Teach lessons in local public schools. Receive critical feedback from expert mentors. It’s student teaching, elevated at NGU. 








Cross-Cultural Ministry

Attend local Hispanic-speaking churches. Serve and worship with fellow Christians in a language, culture, and community outside your own. Witness the beauty of God’s diverse kingdom as you fine-tune your Spanish-speaking skills. 

Language Beside Experienced & Faithful Teachers

Michelle Heard, MA
Instructor, Spanish
Jeremy Parks, MS, MDiv
Instructor, American Sign Language
Keris Suttles, MA
Instructor, Spanish
Liliane Toss, PhD
Professor, Language

A Technical (and Practical) Approach to Spanish Education

Spanish Education Year 1

Year 1 Example Courses

  • Western Civilization
  • Spanish
  • Introduction to Education
  • Introduction to Linguistics
  • Integrating Technology
Spanish Education Year 2

Year 2 Sample Courses

  • Foundations of Reading
  • Planning and Assessment
  • Intermediate Spanish Grammar and Composition
  • Intermediate Spanish Conversation
  • Exceptional Learner
Spanish Education Year 3

Year 3 Sample Courses

  • Advanced Spanish Conversation
  • Spanish Linguistics
  • Intro to Spanish Literature
  • Spanish Phonetics
  • World Language Methodology
Spanish Education Year 4

Year 4 Sample Courses

  • Reading and Writing in Content Area
  • Spanish Culture and Civilization
  • Spanish Senior Seminar
  • Spanish Literature Elective

Elevate Your Perspective

You’ll also take Chapel for the first seven semesters, and Cultural Events for the first four semesters. This is the NGU difference, how you find your peak performance and elevate your perspective, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually.

Have Questions about the Spanish Education Program?

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