Master of Education in Teaching English Learners
American College of Education

Program Details

American College of Education offers the online M.Ed. in Teaching English Learners. As the ELL (English Language Learners) population expands in schools across the nation, a growing need exists for educators who are knowledgeable and adept in designing and implementing instruction for students who do not speak English as their first language.

Sample of Program Courses:

  • Foundations of ESL and Bilingual Education
  • Assessment of ESL and Bilingual Students
  • Cross-Cultural Studies for Teaching ELLs
  • Advocacy and Leadership
  • Diverse Learners

In addition, teachers of ELLs need to be skillful advocates for their students and the programs their schools need to support these students. This requires educators to be prepared to take on leadership roles among their colleagues and to work collaboratively with all stakeholders, including students, staff, families and the outside community.


  • Bachelor's or highest post-baccalaureate degree earned
  • Minimum GPA 2.75 (4.0 Scale) for full admission
  • Additional evidence may be required to fulfill state requirements, including but not limited to verification of professional experience, test scores, or an interview.

School Accreditation Statement

Higher Learning Commission