Multilingual Education: World Languages
The Multilingual Education Master of Arts degree provides advanced knowledge, skills, and cross-cultural competencies for a variety of teaching contexts both in the United States and around the world.
The World Languages Licensure emphasis prepares students with advanced knowledge, skills, and cross-cultural competencies to work in the field of foreign/world language education in both American K-12 systems and international settings to advance multilingual education. The program will offer a master’s degree and a Colorado world language teaching license.
Full time students can complete the program in 16 months. Classes are held on the Greeley Campus.
Completing the Program
- EDFE 125
- EDFE 130
- ECLD 594
- ECLD 592
- EDFE 501
- FL 541
- EDF 500
- EDFE 555
- EDSE 679
- EDRD 523
- SRM 600
- ECLD 605 (online)
ECLD 592-705 Sec Language Aquisition Theory (3 credits)
ECLD 594-705 Found Language & Ling ESL (3 credits)
EDFE 501-705 Practicum (3 credits)
FL 541-01 Methods of Teaching World Lang (3 credits)
EDFE 125-770 Admit to PTEP (0 credits)
EDFE 130-173 Student Teaching Application (0 credits)