Atlanta Regional Council for Higher Education (ARCHE) program which permits you to “cross-register” for courses at other participating GA institutions. You must have your advisor's approval to cross-register so please contact the Department of Foreign Languages to arrange an appointment with an advisor and indicate that you wish to cross-register.
Before meeting with your advisor, consult the websites of other ARCHE institutions to determine if they offer courses you can take. Carefully read the Eligibility Criteria Checklist on the ARCHE Cross Registration Application to make sure that you qualify for this opportunity/a>.<
"Students who have earned a baccalaureate degree from an institution regionally accredited by the Commission on Colleges may obtain a second baccalaureate degree from KSU by satisfying the following requirements: * Meet all major requirements listed for the chosen program of study. * Complete the Georgia Legislature history and Constitution requirements. * Students earn at least 30 semester hours in residence at Kennesaw State University. If the first baccalaureate degree was earned at Kennesaw State University, this 30 hours must be in excess of any hours used towards the first baccalaureate degree. * Complete (for students with majors in the Bagwell College of Education) the lower division major requirement courses in Education."A Department of Foreign Languages advisor can assist you in determining which courses you will need to complete for the second degree. Please call the Department office at 470-578-6366 to arrange an appointment with an advisor.
OPTION #1: If you are currently employed or have a firm offer of employment as a full-time teacher of a foreign language (either modern or classical) in a public or private SACS-accredited school in Georgia, you may qualified for admission to our Alternative Teacher Education (ATP) program, completion of which leads to State of Georgia Induction Certificate. You will find more details about this program on the ATP website.
OPTION #2: If you have an undergraduate degree in Chinese, French, German, or Spanish from a regionally-accredited institution, you may pursue certification in these languages by completing a second degree. The second degree requires 33 hours of upper division courses in education (including a yearlong clinical experience in a P-12 school setting) and the completion of the lower division major requirements in Education. Please consult the online KSU Undergraduate Catalog for details on second majors. For more information about the program, go to the FLED program page.