Application Deadlines for M.Ed. & M.A.T. Programs
- Spring 2014 - December 1st
- Summer 2014 - April 1st
- Fall 2014 - August 1st
Georgia ONmyLINE Non-degree English as a Second Language (ESOL) Endorsement
Department of Middle and Secondary Education
The Department of Middle and Secondary Education offers online graduate courses in bilingual/English as a second language that apply to the Georgia ONmyLINE non-degree English as a Second Language Endorsement. The non-degree GOML ESOL Endorsement provides teachers with additional training to work effectively with non-English-speaking or limited-English-speaking students at the early childhood, middle childhood, and secondary school levels. The GOML non-degree ESOL Endorsement is approved by the State of Georgia Professional Standards Commission.
Successful completion of the Georgia ONmyLINE non-degree ESOL endorsement course work and a portfolio qualifies a person for the bachelor’s, master’s, or specialist level endorsement, depending upon his or her current level of certification. Students seeking only the non-degree GOML ESOL endorsement must be admitted to the graduate program in the College of Education as a non-degree GOML student. All courses in the Georgia ONmyLINE non-degree ESOL Endorsement must be completed online through Georgia ONmyLINE; no other courses may apply.
Required Georgia ONmyLINE Courses for the Non-degree ESOL Endorsement:
EDCI 7660 Practicum I
TSLE 7250 Applied Linguistics for the Bilingual/English as a Second Language Teacher
TSLE 7260 Cultural Issues for Bilingual/English as a Second Language Teacher
TSLE 7440 Methods and Materials for Bilingual/English as a Second Language Teacher
Non-degree Program total: 12 semester hours
• $50.00 Application Fee
• Undergraduate GPA of 2.5; 2 official copies of undergraduate transcripts
• T-4 Certificate (minimum)
• Statement of Goals (one page essay explaining how applicant intends to use this endorsement in their field)
• Computer with current operating system (Windows or Mac).
• Additional peripherals: Headphones, printer may be required.
• High Speed Internet Access.
Ms. Leslie Currah