The goal of the Bilingual-Bicultural Education minor is to help students in the College of Education attain additional training and licensure to teach linguistically diverse students. Students with second language fluency are encouraged to pursue Bilingual-Bicultural certification.
Open to Elementary/Middle Education and Middle/Secondary Education majors seeking Department of Public Instruction licensure for Bilingual-Bicultural.
|EDUC 4230||Learning and Linguistic Diversity||3|
|EDUC 4240||Critical Inquiry into Contemporary Issues||3|
|EDUC 4277||Methods of Teaching Bilingual-Bicultural Learners||3|
|ENGL 4110||Exploring the English Language||3|
|Electives - Complete two of the following:||6|
|Language and Culture|
|Communication and Urban Families|
|Cross-Cultural Communication in the United States|
|Anatomy of English|
|Spanish Second Language Acquisition|
|Multicultural Issues for Speech-Language Pathologists|
|Total Credit Hours||18|
Students must also demonstrate second language proficiency through either an Oral Performance Interview (OPI) or other approved test and are required to complete EDUC 4967 Student Teaching: Bilingual - Bicultural as the student teaching experience required for the education major.