Question: If I am majoring in Spanish Ed and minoring in TESOL Ed, do I have to take both Spanish 321 and Lang 321?

Answer: Yes. Lang 321 for TESOL Ed minors contrasts English grammar and the grammar of your mission language with an emphasis on grammar, vocabulary, orthograpy, and language variation. Spanish 321 covers Spanish advanced grammar. You need to know both.

Question: Does BYU-Idaho have any study abroad opportunities?

Answer: Yes! More information on our programs may be found here.

Question: If I am a native speaker and want to take a class, which one should I take?

Answer: Native speakers should begin at the 321 level in French, German, and Spanish; at the 301 level in Chinese; and at the 202 level in Russian. However, if a native speaker is an education major or an education minor in a langauge, he or she should begin studies at the 202 level in French, German, Chinese and Russian and at the 302 level in Spanish.

Question: If I spoke one of the languages taught at BYU-Idaho on my mission and want to take a class, which class should I register for?

Answer: Returned missionaries who spoke Chinese, French, German or Russian on their mission should begin at the 202 level. Returned missionaries who spoke Spanish on their mission should begain at the 302 level.

Question: Is there a minimum required GPA for the Spanish Education major or any of the language minors?

Answer: A student must earn a C- or better in a class for it to count for major or minor requirements.

Question: If I took a language credit exam at BYU in Provo will BYU-Idaho accept the credits?

Answer: Yes, BYU-Idaho will accept any credits that BYU grants a student for a langauge credit exam. 

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