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Program Snapshot
Academic CredentialAssociate in Arts (AA)
Total Credit Hours60
Average Time to Complete2 yrs.
Academic PathwaySocial, Behavioral, Education
AdvisorDeicy Jimenez-Orozco
Professor, Language and Literature
850.769.1551 ext. 2880
djimenez@gulfcoast.edu

Senior Administrative AssistantJudi Brooks
850.872.3870
jbrooks@gulfcoast.edu

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Foreign Language Teacher Education Option, A.A.

Do You Want to Teach or Translate Foreign Languages?

This program prepares you for a career in teaching, translation or international business. The track includes foreign language courses and courses required for an Associate in Arts degree.

Foreign language study has many benefits, no matter what your career plans, including making you better at your own language, improving your decision-making, teaching you to be more perceptive, and even preventing dementia.

If you know what area you will concentrate in at the university level, you should use elective credits to meet the appropriate prerequisites for those programs. You are encouraged to be familiar with the admissions requirements at the university you plan to attend.

Foreign Language Course Requirements

ENC1101, English I
ENC1102, English II
Visual and Performing Arts
Philosophy/Religion
Literature
Select 6 hours:
MAC1105, College Algebra 
MAC2311, Calculus with Analytical Geometry I 
MGF1106, Mathematics for Liberal Arts 
MGF1107, Survey of Mathematics 
STA2023, Statistics
Physical Science
Biological Science
Behavioral Sciences
History
Government

Select 15 hours:
Foreign Language (Spanish/French)

Select 9 hours:
Electives

What can you do with a Foreign Language Teacher Education Degree?

In this field, people find careers as:

American Sign Language Interpreter
Foreign Language Teacher
Copy Editor
Speech & Language Therapist
Translator
International Aid Worker
Accent Coach

Gulf Coast alumni of this program have continued their education at:

University of Florida
University of North Florida
Florida State University
University of South Florida
University of Central Florida
Douglas Wells

Meet Deicy Jimenez, PH.D.

"Gulf Coast State College is committed to provide academically competitive courses that will not only fulfill language requirements, but also open doors to new and exciting possibilities. Learning a second language can greatly enrich one’s professional potential and increase employment possibilities in a very competitive job market. The courses offered by our program include learning the language and becoming aware of diverse countries and cultures. " –  Professor of Spanish, Division of Language and Literature
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