This is a program that leads to a Master’s of Education (M.Ed.) as well as eligibility for Maryland State Department of Education PreK-12 World Languages Certification to teach in elementary or secondary schools in the following languages: Chinese, French German, Latin, Italian, Russian, Latin and Spanish.
Reasons to Choose the M.Ed. at UMD
- Become a teacher in a critical needs area.
- You can earn a Master’s degree and become eligible for a teaching certification by completing only 36 credits.
- Work with engaged and accessible faculty with solid content area expertise, widely known for their research and practice.
- You will benefit from highly individualized advising, with detailed degree completion planning, research and internship guidance, and career counseling.
- You will experience a teaching internship in a local K-12 classroom in various educational settings in immersion Elementary schools, Middle and High Schools.
- You will be supported in your internship placement by experienced certified teachers, a university-based supervisor, and a content-based university coordinator.
- You will be able to apply pedagogical theory, technology, and assessment to enhance instruction for diverse populations.
Applicants who wish to apply to the M.Ed. program with a concentration in World Language Education and eligibility for Maryland PreK-12 Certification should select Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership (TLPL) as their “Intended program of study.”
Please refer to the Guide to Applying for instructions on how to apply for graduate admission. If you have questions or concerns, we ask you to first review our list of Frequently Asked Questions. International applicants, please visit the International admissions webpage for additional information.
For questions about the application process, or to check on the completion of your application please contact Joy Jones, Coordinator of Graduate Studies, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (301) 405-3118.
For questions related to the admissions process, prospective students may contact the TLPL Graduate Studies Coordinator at (301) 405-3118 or email@example.com.
For academic advising on the M.Ed. with emphasis in World Language Education with Maryland PreK-12 Certification, please contact Dr. Perla Blejer by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 301-405-7091.
Financial assistance for graduate study is generally divided into two categories:
- Merit-Based Assistance and Need-Based Assistance
- Fellowships and Scholarships Loans
- Graduate Assistantships
For more details about the various types of financial assistance offered by the campus please visit the Office of Student Financial Aid
There are also a number of fellowships and scholarships offered through the College of Education, the University, and through external sources which may provide tuition support and/or living allowance. Students must apply for these awards on their own, but the links that follow provide valuable information on searching for fellowships and scholarships.
For more information concerning fellowships and scholarships, please visit:
Applicants are encouraged to contact the Hobson’s online application’s helpdesk for any technical issues.
For questions related to the admissions process, prospective students may contact the TLPL Admissions Coordinator at (301) 405-3118 or email@example.com.
For program-specific questions, prospective students may contact Dr. Perla Blejer by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 301-405-7091.