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Spanish, Secondary Education Licensure Language and Literature BA Degree

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Program Description

NCCU's Department of Modern Foreign Languages offers the B.A. degree in Spanish (with or without licensure) a Minor in German and Spanish. The department thus not only prepares students who are interested in being certified as foreign language teachers, but also those who are planning any professional career in which knowledge of foreign languages and cultures is essential or desirable or who intend to pursue graduate work in the fields of foreign literatures and linguistics.

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Contact Information

Name: Michele Ware, Associate Professor of English
Email: mware@nccu.edu
Phone: (919) 530-7111
Fax: (919) 530-7991
Office Location: 319 Farrison-Newton Communications Building
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