Master of Education in Foreign Language Education: French
The French Foreign Language Education program prepares teachers for secondary grades 6-12. Coursework in a second language with a supporting course in speech provides students with the second language skill necessary to teach required and elective courses in state-approved foreign language curricula. Coursework in professional education provides the theory-based knowledge, the pedagogical knowledge and skills, and the monitored practice in public schools that prospective teachers need to create effective instruction for learning second languages and cultures.
Distance program offerings in Foreign Language Education: French include the alternative master’s, traditional master’s, and education specialist degrees. Courses are primarily offered synchronously via online streaming video. Students can consult a Program Coordinator for additional program specific information relating to technology, exam, software/hardware, and technical competence requirements.
Degree Level: Master
Delivery Format: 100% Online
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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