The Master of Arts in Education (MAE) and Master of Education (M.Ed.) degrees consist of advanced graduate coursework in the area of Curriculum and Instruction with a specialization in ESOL/Bilingual Education. Students can combine the Master’s degree with a Second Language Acquisition and Teaching Certificate in collaboration with the UF Linguistics Program. The Masters degrees are 36 credit hours in total. Students can choose from a variety of areas such as Literacy, Reading, Education Technology, Linguistics, among others, to complete the degree.
- A minimum of 23 on each subtest of the TOEFL iBT test (or equivalent) is required for admittance.
- The program begins each year in the fall semester and does not admit spring or summer applicants.