The minor in Bilingual/E.S.L. provides students the opportunity to develop an understanding of the role of language in society, how an individual functions in a society where his/her primary language is not the primary language of the society, and how a second language is acquired. This understanding is useful for those working in a bilingual or E.S.L. classroom, workplace or social service organization. It also provides the individual with insight into the bilingual society of the Southwestern United States.
Students should choose 18 credits from the following courses. In so doing, the student must take at least 9 hours at the 3000-level or above, and may take no more than 9 hours from any one academic discipline.
*These courses require proficiency in Spanish. See the course descriptions for pre-requisites.
**Consult College of Education Advisor
Students must take at least 6 credits from the following**