Spanish: Teacher Certification



Spanish: Teacher Certification, B.A.

The Department of World Languages and Literatures at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point offers majors in German and Spanish. When you learn one of these languages, you become an educated citizen with skills valuable in business, finance, communications, social services, education, science, technology and government.

Explore Career Opportunities as a Spanish Educator

Spanish is the second most spoken language in the world as well as in the United States.  Nearly 14% of the United States has Spanish as their first spoken language and this population is expected to continue to grow.  Spanish teachers are in extremely high demand at this time in Wisconsin as well as in other states.  We have 100% placement of our Spanish Education majors immediatly following certification.  Many Spanish-speakers are migrating to the United States and the need for Spanish-speaking teachers and professionals to work with these populations is in high demand.  

Get Involved on Campus

A number of student organizations exist for UW-Stevens Point students to develop their world language skills, including Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority and Spanish Club.

More opportunities can be found on the Stevens Point Involvement Network (SPIN).

Gain Experience Outside the Classroom

Spanish Teaching Study Abroad Requirement Culture, diversity, and success places students in internships in Mexico and Spain and internships are available in business/finance, engineering, tourism, information technology, media/communications, international relations, the nonprofit sector, Spanish studies and economics. For students pursuing Teacher Certification, a study abroad trip is a requirement.  In cooperation with the Office of International Programs, we offer semester long language immersion programs in Oaxaca, Mexico and Valladolid, Spain.

Meet Your Spanish Professors

UW-Stevens Point faculty teach French, German, Spanish and Chinese. We maintain a computerized Language Laboratory and Materials Center in the Collins Classroom Center.  Meet your professors!




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