The Ed.S. in English Language Learning is a 33-hour program designed for licensed teachers and focuses on culture and community in the classroom for non-native speakers. The Ed.S. in English Language Learning emphasizes a targeted curriculum for second language acquisition and examines the most effective pedagogical practices for working with students whose primary language is not English. Candidates will earn an Ed.S. degree and an endorsement in English Language Learning preK-12. The candidate will also develop and implement an individual research project.
All Ed.S. candidates take the following two courses as non-credit, no-charge, and pass/fail, one during their first semester and one during the semester in which they graduate: