Bilingual/Bicultural Education
Teachers College, Columbia University
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Columbia University

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MA in Bilingual/Bicultural Childhood Education (Stream B)

MA in Bilingual/Bicultural Childhood Education - Dual Stream B

33 Points (Minimum)

 Note:                                                 

  1. Students without their own classrooms must take A&HB 4720 for 4 points. It can also be taken in Spring.
  2. Internship Certificates are available after completion of Spring I courses, and with the recommendation of the school principal who wants to hire you.

Required Courses                                              

Fall I
A&HB 4021
A&HB 4121
A&HB 4076  
A&HB 4801-04      


Spring I
A&HB 4024
A&HB 4075
A&HB 4133
A&HB 4134

Fall II
A&HB 4150
A&HB 4720

Spring II
A&HB 4020
A&HB 4028
C&T 4136
Childhood, CUlture, Language and Education
Foundations of Bilingual/Bicultural Education
Bilingual/Bicultural Curriculum Design: Social Studies   
TESOL Methodologies for K-6
Language Workshops in Bilingual Education
Choose an out-of-program elective

Curriculum for Teaching Bilingual/Bicultural Children
Linguistic Foundations of Bilingual/Bicultural Education
Cross-Cultural Communication and Classroom Ecology
Curriculum & Methods for Bilingual Education: Science
Curriculum & Methods for Bilingual Education: Math

Teaching Bilingual Children I
Teacher Inquiry: Bilingual Education
Student Teaching in Bilingual Institutions

Teaching Bilingual Children II
Foundations of Bilingual Special Education
Teaching Literacy in Bilingual Settings
Methods & Materials for Reading Instruction

3 points
3 points
3 points
1 point
2-3 points


3 points
3 points
1-3 points
1-3 points


1-3 points
3-4 points


3 points
3 points
3 points

Additional Requirement for NY State certification

HUDK 4022          Developmental Psychology: Childhood (or equivalent) 
1-3 points