MA in Bilingual/Bicultural Studies (Academic Track)
Academic Track (not leading to certification)
MA in Bilingual/Bicultural Studies 33 Points (Minimum)
For students interested in the role of bilingualism and biculturalism in or outside of schools, but who are not interested in teacher certification.
- Required courses may not be substituted. Electives are taken to complete 33 points.
- Breadth Requirement: The breadth requirement consists of 3 courses at a minimum of 2 points each (a minimum of 6 points total); these courses must be taken outside of the BBE Program, and within TC.
- A&HB 4150 should be taken in your final Fall semester before you plan to graduate. The Integrative Project is based on an inquiry that starts in this course.
- If you already have your own classroom, take the Practicum for 3 credits. If you need a classroom placement, you must take the Practicum for 4 credits.
Foundations of Bilingual/Bicultural Education
Language Workshops in Bilingual Education
Linguistic Foundations of Bilingual/Bicultural Education
Cross-Cultural Communication and Classroom Ecology
Teacher Inquiry: Bilingual Education
Practicum in Bilingual Institutions
TESOL Methodologies for K-6
Languages, Societies, and Schools
Teaching Literacy in Bilingual Settings
Current Topics in Bilingualism & Bilingual Education
Foundations of Bilingual Special Education
Bilingual/Multilingual Education: International Perspectives
School Counseling of Bil/Bic Children and their Families