Bilingual and ESL Undergraduate Programs
- EC-6 Bilingual Generalist (PDF)
- 4-8 ESL Math (PDF)
- 4-8 ESL Science (PDF)
- 4-8 ESL Language Arts (PDF)
- 8-12 ESL. Contact the Department of Literature and Languages
- Meet with Dr. Chris Green to declare your major.
- If you will seek bilingual certification, you must take the Spanish Placement Test. Contact Student Testing to schedule it.
- Do degree audits for yourself regularly using MyLeo. Contact Dr. Green if you detect any problems such as missing credits.
- Check to make sure you have met all your test requirements:
- THEA: Math 230, Writing 220, and Reading 250 or equivalent to get into the program.
- JLE (Junior Level Essay) for graduation
- TexES to obtain your teaching certificate:
- See Certification Tests Guidelines for information on what tests to take, links to preparation manuals, and more.
- See SBEC (State Board of Educator Certification) for information on test schedules, registration, reporting, etc.
- Apply for internship through the Center for Educator Certification and Academic Services the semester before your internship:
- Apply for graduation during your final semester.