If you have always wanted to be a world language teacher, this is your opportunity.
The BSEd in French/World Language Education program prepares students to teach modern, classical, and less commonly taught languages in pre-school through 12th grade. There are established plans of study for French, German, Latin, and Spanish education. Additionally, this program can certify students pursuing an Arabic, Chinese, Italian, Japanese, or Russian degree.
Students who complete the program earn T-4 (initial) certification to teach in Georgia public schools. The program lasts one academic year (two semesters) and is filled with engaging, hands-on opportunities to apply theory into practice and to learn while doing.
Our students are always amazed at how much they learn in a short period of time as well as how fast time goes when they are in our program.
Our faculty conduct research and publish in top peer-reviewed journals in the field of second language acquisition and learning. Our curriculum in TESOL and World Language Education exposes teacher candidates to an array of clinical styles and research methods.
Teacher candidates join our highly regarded program during their final year at UGA. In the fall, students are prepared for the teaching field through two practicum experiences: one at the elementary level and one at the middle- or high-school level, in which they can apply theory and see it come to life. In the spring, our students become teachers at their host schools and teach full time for a large portion of the semester.
Almost all in-state students begin their studies at UGA paying limited tuition or fees. Please note that these amounts are subject to change and are meant to give prospective students an idea of the costs associated with a degree at the University of Georgia College of Education.
Students may qualify for a variety of assistantships, scholarships, and other financial awards to help offset the cost of tuition, housing, and other expenses.
All undergraduate students at UGA meet with an academic advisor each semester. This meeting is critical to a student's success as a chance to discuss courses and electives, certification criteria, and general graduation requirements.
Undergraduate students' lives at UGA extend beyond academics. UGA offers myriad resources and opportunities to become active members of student organizations on campus.
BSEd in French/World Language Education program creates an indelible connection among its participants. Cohorts of a maximum of 20 students bond throughout the yearlong experience and make friendships and professional contacts with peers and instructors that last a lifetime.
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