The master’s degree options is available for:
Applicants accepted for master’s degree study will work with their faculty advisor to tailor a program to meet both the licensure requirements and the master’s degree requirements.
There is a three-year time limit for completion of the ELL Licensure Program. This three-year time limit begins with the semester when the first required course is taken. Program completion includes: (a) completion of all course work with a passing grade, (b) completion of the e-portfolio requirement for the program, and (c) completion of the state’s content specialty test. A student who receives a grade of “D” or “F” in a licensure course may retake the course one time only; this does not change the 3-year time limit for completion of all licensure requirements.
Complete the Graduate School Admission Application for the degree. Upon being admitted, provide the faculty advisor with a copy of the official Transcript Evaluation from the Office of Professional Preparation and Licensure, BRNG 3229.
All courses for the Graduate ELL Licensure Program, the TELL Certificate Program, and the ELL strand of the L&L master’s degree are offered in an 8-week format only (instead of a 16-week format).
*These courses are offered through the ELL graduate licensure program.
If you are a current licensed teacher in IN, you can enroll in this licensure program, see program requirements and information. After the completion of the ELL program requirements, you will obtain a license in English as a New Language. You can then take the additional 18 credit hours to receive your Master’s in Literacy and Language Education with a focus on ELL.
If you have questions about the content of the ELL licensure program or the TELL certificate, contact the Program Director, Dr. Susan Britsch, by email at email@example.com.
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