Bilingual Authorization - Multiple or Single Subject Credential Program
Bilingual Authorization Multiple Subject Program Course Sequence
Bilingual Authorization Single Subject Program Course Sequence
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Bilingual Authorization Single Subject Program Course Sequence

Note: All Block 1 and Block 2 courses listed on this page, with the exception of those courses marked with an asterisk, must be completed with a grade of C- or higher and with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 in order to be recommended for a credential. 

Block 1 Courses • Prerequisites

Must be completed before beginning the credential program.

Apply to the credential program by March 1 to progress to credential courses the following fall.

SPAN 201* Third Semester Spanish 4
SPAN 202* Fourth Semester Spanish 4
SPAN 301* Grammar and Composition 3
SPAN 303* Advanced Oral Expression 3
SPAN 332* or
LAST 110*
Latin American Culture and Civilization
Introduction to Latin American Studies 
3
HIST 135* or
CHST 358*
Mexican Heritage in the United States
Chicanos in Contemporary Society 
3
BLMC 319 Bilingual Teaching Competence: Language 3
EDTE 255 Introduction to Democratic Perspectives in K-12 Teaching (45-hour requirement) 3
EDTE 302 Access and Equity Issues in Education 3
EDTE 570 Establishing a Supportive Learning Environment in Bilingual and/or General Education Classrooms 4
ENGL 471 Intensive Theory and Practice of Second Language Acquisition 3
CMST 131 Speech Communication Fundamentals (or equivalent)  3
POLS 155 American Government: National, State, Local (or equivalent)  3
HCSV 451 Health Education for Secondary School Teachers 3


Block 2 Courses • Credential Program Courses

Must be accepted into the credential program in order to take these courses. Subject matter competence and basic skills requirement must be verified before applying to the program.

Fall Semester Courses

EDTE 532 Literacy Development 3
EDTE 536 Subject Area Pedagogy II 4
EDTE 580 Educational Psychology 3
EDTE 673 Teaching English Learners: Literacy and Academic Access 3
EDTE 585 Field Experience in Content Specific and English Language Development in Secondary Settings  6

Spring Semester Courses

EDTE 534 Teaching Special Populations 2
EDTE 676A Interdisciplinary Instruction in Bilingual and/or General Education Classrooms 2
EDTE 676B Assessment in Bilingual and/or General Education K-12 Classrooms 3
EDTE 587 Student Teaching in Content Specific and English Language Development in Secondary Settings  9

If courses from another university are used to satisfy prerequisites or other course requirements, an equivalency form, course descriptions, syllabi, and transcripts must be provided.

*Course is not used in calculating GPA requirement for credential recommendation; only passing grade is required.