Here is the schedule of courses for the 2018-2019 cohort. Classes meet in Newark or Georgetown, with two summer classes in Dover.
|Fall 2018||Thursday evenings||EDUC 677: Structure of English||Blended face-to-face and online course. Class taught from Newark with interactive TV class in Georgetown.||CNS|
|Spring 2019||Thursday evenings||EDUC 672: Methods of Teaching ESL||Class taught from Newark with interactive TV class in Georgetown||CNS|
|Summer 2019||June 17, 18, 19, 24, 26, 27 (full days)||LING 699: Second Language Acquisition||Paradee Center, Dover||Self or district|
|“Fall 2019”||August 14, 15, 16||EDUC 740: Literacy for ELs (Barbara Prillaman)||Collette Education Center, Dover + online modules and assignments||CNS|
|Fall 2019||Sep – Nov||LLCU 624: L2 Testing||Fully online||UD waiver|
* Funding information is provided as an example. Your situation may vary. The Critical Needs Scholarship (CNS) is only available to teachers with emergency certification in ESOL. Note that tuition must be paid at the start of the semester (UD policies), but reimbursement typically is paid at the end. UD will waive the tuition for the 5th and final course following successful completion of the first four. You do not need to pay in advance for the 5th course. Contact your district about local tuition reimbursement and ACE scholarship programs.
If you would like to continue in the UD MA TESL degree, please apply by December 1, 2018. You may transfer a maximum of 9 credits taken as a nondegree student into a UD graduate degree.