SVSU's French Major for Teacher Certification (B.A.) is available to students desiring to teach at the secondary or K-12 level. It requires completion of the 30 credit hour major, completion of a minor in an approved department and completion of professional development courses in Modern Foreign Languages and in the College of Education
The Saginaw Valley State University's French Major for Teacher Certification is flexible and compassionate, having excellent teaching, organizational and communication abilities and a deep willingness to help students learn. Spanish teachers must be able to use lessons and activities that help them learn the French language, to speak and to read both English and Spanish, and also to prepare lesson courses and educate students.
Students are equipped with Sony / Sans Virtuoso Major and solo software for their media center and language laboratory.
Students of SVSU may study abroad in countries in Europe, Africa and Asia for short or long term sessions.
- 4% (As fast as average) projected growth for the employment of High School Teachers with a Bachelor’s degree through 2028. (U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics)
- $60,320 is the median yearly pay for High School Teachers in the U.S. (U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics)
- Usually, Most states have tenure laws, which provide job security after a certain number of years of satisfactory classroom teaching.
Fully integrated into social networks, SVSU Connect is a valuable networking space dedicated to the community of SVSU students, faculty and alumni which cultivates a culture of helping and giving back. In addition to connecting with each other, students at all points along their journey can reach out to alumni mentors for guidance and insight into making the most of their SVSU experience and successfully transitioning into life after graduation.