You will earn a master’s of education (MEd) degree and qualify for a teaching license in K-6 classrooms. The Elementary Education - Dual Language Immersion - Teaching License program coursework at University of Minnesota focuses on dual language immersion (DLI)-specific practices such as biliteracy development and language-focused teaching strategies.
Dual language immersion expertise is a high needs area in Minnesota. The Minnesota Advocates for Immersion Network estimates that more than 15,000 students in Minnesota learn their subject matter in a language other than English.
Is this program right for you?
This program is designed for bilingual individuals who have a bachelor's degree including:
- Education assistants or paraprofessionals
- Tier 1 or Tier 2 teachers seeking a Tier 3 license currently in immersion, indigenous, or bilingual programs
- International students
- Professionals seeking a career change
Classes are held Tuesday evenings (synchronous online and asynchronous online) and on Saturdays (synchronous online and asynchronous online; once a month in-person on campus). Students may need to take time off of work to complete the two 50 hour field experiences and the 12 weeks of student teaching.
- Clinical Experiences for K-12 Teaching
- Enacting Equity-Based Pedagogy
- Planning Design and Management
- Academic Language and English Learners in the Content Areas
- Child and Adolescent Development for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment
- Elementary Education Content and Pedagogy
- 24 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- Apply before
DisciplinesPedagogy Teaching Primary Education View 255 other Masters in Primary Education in United States
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- You must have completed courses in at least three of the following areas before beginning the program. Remaining prerequisite coursework may be completed during the program, but must be finished before applying for a Tier 3 license.
- College-level algebra (or higher)
- Introductory science
- Social science
- Step 1: Fill out the inquiry form for a pre-application prerequisite review.
- Step 2: If you meet the criteria, we will send you information about the Internal Program Application.
- Step 3: Following the internal program application process, those we plan to admit will be given the application instructions to complete the Graduate School Application. Only those who are invited should complete the Graduate School Application
International28560 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 14280 USD per semester during 24 months.
National28560 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 14280 USD per semester during 24 months.
In-State18456 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 9228 USD per semester during 24 months.
Living costs for Minneapolis
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