Bilingual Education Specialization Program

Bilingual Education Specialization Program

student photoSMU's Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development offers four courses (three credits each) that prepare teachers to take the TExES supplemental certification exam in bilingual education, which is required for teachers who work with students who do not speak English as their native language.

Since most of the students are in-service teachers, classes meet in the late afternoon and evenings during the spring and fall semesters and during the day of summer sessions. 

  • EDU 6312 Applied Linguistics
  • EDU 6319 Fundamentals of Bilingual Education
  • EDU 6321 Bilingualism/Biliteracy
  • EDU 6339 Bilingual Content Instruction