|Field of Study:||Bilingual, Multilingual, and Multicultural Education, Other
The MEd degree is designed as a practitioner's degree, for students who wish to acquire the knowledge, skills and experience necessary to work in a professional field. As a professional degree, the MEd is intended for students who wish, upon graduation, to assume positions of leadership in a practical setting or positions requiring more advanced study than that available at the bachelor's level. The MEd degree is a course-based degree (no thesis required) whereas the MA degree requires completion of a thesis.
The MEd in Modern Languages is a specialized, interdisciplinary graduate program in which students can focus on French as a Second or Additional Language education, Asia-Pacific or modern language education. MLED graduate students gain experience and understanding in second language theory and practice, second language acquisition, second language reading and writing, language socialization, language and identity, bi-/multilingual pedagogies and multimodalities, language policy and planning, second language assessment, intercultural education, technology integration in language education, discourse analysis, critical applied linguistics, and research methods.
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Cost per year is the tuition per year plus annual increase, usually 2%-5%.