The Graduate Certificate in Language Education,
|ENGL A450 Linguistics and Language Teaching||4|
|ENGL A452 English Grammar and Language Teaching||4|
|EDSY A630 Language, Culture, and Teaching in Secondary Schools||2|
|EDSY A667A Middle/High School Second-Language Teaching I||3|
|EDSY A667C Middle/High School Methods for Teaching English as a Second Language||2|
|EDFN A621 Culture, Language, and Literacy||3|
|EDFN A691 Current Topics in Second Language Education (1-3)||3|
|EDFN A695E Internship: English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) 2-4||2-4*|
This program includes courses delivered by distance. Admitted students must have the technological knowledge and skills to engage in distance learning.Complete a minimum of 12 credits beyond the baccalaureate degree. Most students will be expected to complete the following 23 to 25 credits:
*The number of internship credits required varies based on faculty advisor evaluation and approval of prior relevant experience.
Note: As with all graduate certificates in the College of Education, coursework applied to the certificate may apply to the MEd with faculty advisor approval.
Contact the College of Education Student Services at 907-786-4401
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|Application for Admissions - Project LEAP||Application for the 1 year ESL endorsement called Project LEAP|