Bilingual Education

The bilingual education master's program is designed for practicing teachers wishing to pursue a master's degree, as well as bilingual endorsement.

Program Highlights

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Bilingual Education (27 hours)

Core Requirements (9 hours)

Course Credits

EDF 538 Teacher as Researcher


CI 540 Graduate Seminar in Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment

CI 531 Critical Pedagogy in Educational Reform 3

Concentration Area (15 hours)
Leveling courses are required as needed to meet the language proficiency level of the PED if you are seeking an endorsement in bilingual education.

Course Credits
BLED 501 Bilingual Education: Theory to Practice 3
BLED 505 Reading and the Bilingual Child 3
BLED 525 The Role of the Parent in the Bilingual Classroom 3
BLED 534 Methods of Content Area Instruction in Bilingual Education 3
BLED 538 Language Arts and the Teacher of English as a Second Language 3
BLED 573 Early Childhood Bilingualism 3
BLED 578 Teaching Multicultural Heritage of the Southwest 3
BLED 593 Topics in Bilingual Education: Linguistics 3
SPAN One 3-credit graduate course in literature or culture selected in consultation with advisor 3
BLED 599 Master's Thesis 3

Career Pathways

  • Teacher of bilingual students

Scholarships and Financial Assistance

ENMU is committed to helping you finance your education. You may have the opportunity to apply for available graduate assistantships and teaching assistantships. For more information contact:

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