Master of Science and Master of Education
The master’s program requires 36 semester hours and provides preparation for teaching and coordinator/director positions focusing on development, coordination and evaluation of bilingual and dual language programs. The program provides a sound combination of theory, methodology and substantive application, with some coursework flexibility within areas of program emphasis. The program develops curriculum theory, instructional content, teaching methodology, accountability/evaluation strategies and family/community partnering. The M.Ed./M.S. Bilingual Education program provides ample opportunities for field-based experience. In addition to success in seminar courses, students must demonstrate these skills applied to educational settings for second language learners, including dual language and bilingual programs.
The degree program provides ample opportunities for field-based experience. In addition to success in seminar courses, enrollees must demonstrate these skills applied to educational settings for second language learners, including dual language and bilingual programs. These competencies include:
Academic and language learning
Social climate and emotional well-being
Family and community partnerships
Texas A&M University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
International Student Requirements:
International students may apply for and be admitted to online programs. However, due to regulations placed by the department of homeland security, international students in online program cannot be granted an I20 and must complete their degree from their home country.
Facts & Figures
Financial Aid: Yes
International Financial Aid: Yes
Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Extensive
Locale: Fringe Rural Area