Hamline School of EducationMS-A1720Hamline University1536 Hewitt AvenueSaint Paul, MN 55104
Phone: 651-523-2600Fax: email@example.com
Staff Advisor: Kate O'Brien (contact with general inquires, questions about course scheduling/registration, and to set up initial-advising appointments)
Faculty Program Coordinator: Ann Mabbott, Ph.D. (contact with feedback or questions about the program)
Department Chair: Rachel Endo, Ph.D.
Bilingual/bicultural education is a program of instruction in English and another language, in which the two languages are used as media for instruction for any or all the regular school curriculum. The study of both languages, and the cultures associated with each, are integral parts of bilingual/bicultural education.
Applicants must meet the following requirements for admission:
The bilingual/bicultural license requires 19-21 semester credits, plus student teaching.
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Coursework covers topics such as teaching methods, materials, second language acquisition, testing and evaluation, and developing literacy skills. Credits are in semester hours and are all at the graduate level. Some coursework is available online.
An advanced practicum (student teaching) experience is required upon completion of the coursework. It will be done at the grade level(s) in which you will be receiving licensure. Previous K-12 bilingual teaching experience is taken into consideration when determining practicum length.
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TUITION & FEES
$374 per credit
Financial aid is available for all students enrolled at least part-time status.
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