Studying Spanish Language Teacher Education is a valuable choice and ordinarily an essential first step for undergraduates wishing to enter a career as a spanish teacher, a spanish tutor, or a spanish instructor. In fact, spanish language teacher education is a unique major coming in at the 323rd most popular major. Last academic year, there were 295 spanish language teacher education diplomas received. In-state tuition for spanish language teacher education at private schools is, on average, 2.1 times more expensive than their public equivalents.
There are 215 institutions that offer spanish language teacher education. This number of universities is fairly average in terms of the number of institutions which offer each degree. If you're looking to immerse yourself with other spanish language teacher education undergrads, consider schools in New York which have more undergraduates admitted to spanish language teacher education than any other state. More generally, the top region to get a degree in spanish language teacher education is in the Great Lakes region with University of Illinois at Chicago, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and Hope College best representing the region. Interestingly, our pick of the top conference to study spanish language teacher education is the Independent Southeast Region with University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras representing the conference. That said, our belief is that the best college for spanish language teacher education is University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. You might also want to check out our list of the best colleges.
The overall best school does not have to be the best school for you. There might be a bunch of angels to weigh when choosing university. Things like campus amenities, transportation services, and food might affect your feelings of where to go to college. At Authority, we weighed the pros and cons for you. If, for example, you are interested in which spanish language teacher education school has the top campus, the answer is University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. If, for example, you are very interested in which university has the top campus, then we have a whole page dedicated to that. We have carefully pored through student reviews, government databases, professor reviews, and more to compare all U.S. majors in an unbiased and informative way. Here you can explore our well researched list for the universities with the best student life and, from that list, our pick of the school with the best student life for spanish language teacher education is University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Curious why? Continue reading to find out more about Authority's top recommendations. Some of our conclusions might shock you.
If price is a significant factor in your choice of where you attend school, you might be cautious about Bethel University. Bethel University is our most expensive university for spanish language teacher education, at least regarding out of state attendance. We do have an entire page for the most expensive universities that might put the cost at Bethel University into perspective. Additionally, you could be interested to know that spanish language teacher education is the 388th most expensive degree in America, with an average associated cost of $15,700. To zoom out a little, the most expensive state for spanish language teacher education in the nation is Michigan with tuition and fees at the main university, Hope College, of $34,990. To zoom out even further, the most costly region for spanish language teacher education is the Great Lakes region which is best demonstrated with University of Illinois at Chicago with a cost of $26,224, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a cost of $33,127, and Hope College with a cost of $34,990.
Our cheapest region for spanish language teacher education is the Rocky Mountains region which is represented by Brigham Young University-Idaho with a cost of $4,208 and Brigham Young University-Provo with a cost of $5,790. On the bright side, the most affordable school for spanish language teacher education is Brigham Young University-Idaho. Our full list of the most affordable universities can be found here.
In-state students can anticipate paying in the neighborhood of $9,500 for a degree in spanish language teacher education. The cost increases intensely to a median of $20,000 for an out-of-state public-school undergrad. On that note, our choice for the university with the best value for spanish language teacher education: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. On this page you will find our comprehensive list about the universities we see as being the best value in general. Do know, this section is based on the assumption that you are an out-of-state student. The value proposition changes when in-state tuition is considered, but as we do not know what state(s) you might qualify for in-state tuition, we are approaching this discussion through out-of-state tuition costs.
Earnings for spanish language teacher education majors vary widely, but within two-years of completing the major students will typically earn in the neighborhood of $45,900. There can be much variation in earnings; top positions can bring in up to $91,100. Straight out of university, the lowest earning positions within the spanish language teacher education field make $22,900, which is an alright wage. The top earning graduates from spanish language teacher education studied at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and if you are looking for schools with all of the highest earning graduates, Authority has that too.
The general diversity of spanish language teacher education lies below average, coming in the 27th percentile of all programs. The university with the highest composite diversity for spanish language teacher education is CUNY Queens College and here you can find our comprehensive list of the universities with the most diversity. The financial diversity of Spanish Language Teacher Education stands only in the 13th percentile of all majors. Racial diversity is actually above financial diversity, in the 36th percentile. Black undergraduates compose 0% of students majoring in spanish language teacher education. Additionally, 84% of undergrads seeking a spanish language teacher education major are women.
We have insufficient professors data for spanish language teacher education to make the conclusions we normally would have made in this sentence. As we including information beyond just rankings it becomes clear that the school with the overall best instructors for spanish language teacher education is University of Nebraska-Lincoln. One will find an explanation of our ever evolving ranking methodology of the best overall professors here, along with some of the best professors in the U.S.
Finally, the most difficult college to get into for spanish language teacher education is Inter American University of Puerto Rico-Arecibo. While we are unsure why you would be interested, we have an extensive list of the hardest colleges to get into. That being said, we hope you understand that considering higher education with a lens only formed from superlatives can create problems. We at Authority encourage you to read our more nuanced pages on different universities and peruse a couple of our background pages on beneficial details to look for as your school search continues.