ESL Endorsement Courses

Policy changes affecting individuals enrolling in courses with prefix EEND, REAL, RECT, or REND.

  • Drop requests must be submitted by 4 p.m. on the fifth business day (M-F) of the course to receive a refund of tuition paid/owed for the course. Accelerated format courses (running for less than 8 weeks) must be dropped on or before the first day of class.
  • Effective with Spring Semester 2019 registration, full payment of course tuition will be required during the registration process for all courses with a prefix of EEND, REAL, RECT and REND.

Course Titles, Dates, and Registration
Register here for Fall 2018 ESL courses
EEND 631: Theoretical Foundations of Bilingual and ESL (4 credit hours)
EEND 632: Methods and Materials for Teaching ESL (4 credit hours)
EEND 633: Assessment of Bilingual and ESL Students (3 credit hours)
EEND 634: Cross Cultural Studies for Teaching Limited-English Proficient Students (3 credit hours)
EEND 636: Linguistics (4 credit hours)
Important Information and Policies
1) Tuition Information 2) Billing and Payments 3) Federal Financial Assistance 4) District and Area Partnerships
Useful Information and Resources
ISBE Requirements for ESL
Syllabi – Overview by Course
Textbook Information and Search
Using ESL credits toward a Master’s Degree in Teaching and Learning
Earn a TESOL graduate certificate