Our M.S.Ed. program offers a concentration in ENL/ESL that provides coursework for elementary school teachers seeking to enhance their knowledge and understanding of this growing and vitally important field.
The concentration consists of 30 hours of coursework that focuses on both technical aspects of ENL/ESL instruction and wider cultural issues that offer context for understanding the classroom environment. In addition, field experience will acquaint students with the realities of this rewarding work.
The certificate meets required accreditation outcomes, prepares candidates with required research skills, guarantees that curriculum needs are met and adds the recognition of a concentration in ENL/ESL to the M.S.Ed. degree.
All courses are 3 credit hours unless otherwise noted.
12 credit hours
- EDUC-H 520 - Education and Social Issues
- EDUC-P 507 - Assessment in Schools
- EDUC-E 590 - Research in Secondary Education
- EDUC-J 500 - Instruction in Context of Curriculum
18 credit hours
- EDUC-L 502 - Socio-Psycholinguistics Application to Reading Instruction
- EDUC-L 524 - Language Issues in Bi- and Multi-Lingual Education
- EDUC-L 539 - Language Foundations for ESL/EFL
- EDUC-L 540 - ESL/EFL Instruction and Assessment Approaches
- EDUC-M 501 - Local Clinical Experience in ENL: Observations (1 credit hour)
- EDUC-M 501 - Local Clinical Experience in ENL: Teaching (2 credit hours)
Choose also one of the courses below:
- EDUC-L 541 - Writing Instruction for TESL Teachers
- EDUC-L 546 - Mentorship and Literacy Coaching of EFL/ESL Teaching
- EDUC-L 547 - Language Policy and Planning
Other courses as approved by program advisor.