Master of Arts in Education and Human Development in the Field of Language Education, Teaching World Languages Non-Licensure Concentration

The following requirements must be fulfilled: 30 credits, including 21 credits in required core courses and a 9-credit concentration. Additional requirements are listed below.

Required core courses
CPED 6551Second Language Instructional Methods
CPED 6557Second Language Acquisition
CPED 6606Theories of Learning and Development
CPED 6608Development and Diversity
CPED 6176Academic and Psychosocial Assessment of the Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Student
CPED 6627Teaching Second Language Reading and Writing
EDUC 6114Introduction to Quantitative Research
or EDUC 6112 Foundations of Assessment, Testing, and Measurement in Education
or CPED 6339 Teachers as Researchers
or a course approved by the advisor.

The following requirements must be fulfilled: 30 credits, including 21 credits in required core courses and a 9-credit concentration. Additional program requirements are listed below.

Required for the concentration
9 credits in courses selected from the following in consultation with the academic advisor:
CHIN 6201Second Language Acquisition of Mandarin Chinese
CPED 6100Special Topics
CPED 6239Practicum in Curriculum and Instruction
CPED 6624Foundations and Research of Literacy and Reading Education
EDUC 6610Programs and Policies in International Education
EDUC 6615Internationalizing U.S. Schools
SPED 6290Affective Development and Behavior Management in Special Education
Additional program requirements
Demonstration of language and culture knowledge through the undergraduate transcript and/or written reflection.
Completion of a portfolio, which serves as a comprehensive examination