The World Languages Program is available for students who plan to teach a world language to children from birth to age 21, in PK through 12th grade. World Language students gain real world experience through an immersion experience and in the classroom by student teaching at area schools. Students who satisfactorily complete the program requirements also meet the Wisconsin teacher certification requirements for teaching World Languages for those grades.
Undergraduate Degree Offered Bachelor's degree leading to licensure to teach a language.
Post-Baccalaureate CertificationStudents who already have a bachelor's degree and are interested in becoming licensed teachers in the state of Wisconsin may earn post-baccalaureate teacher certification in a language.
Initial LicensureStudents who satisfactorily complete the undergraduate or post baccalaureate program will be granted a license in one of the following languages:
Additional LicensureStudents at this level of certification may add the following licenses while pursuing World Language licensure as their initial certification:
• English as a Second Language
Faculty and Staff
|Program DirectorRaquel Oxford
Program Faculty and Faculty AdvisorsRene Antrop-Gonzalaz
Academic AdvisorJohn Lockman