Tommy Manning, education student, was the only teacher in Oregon to be named a 2014 James Madison Fellow.
Our ESOL endorsement program is designed for P-12 licensed educators who are seeking to further develop expertise in language acquisition, cultural considerations, assessment, curriculum development, instruction and program evaluation for English language learners.
It is also available as a license only to candidates with a master's degree and a teaching license. For more information, see our Education Non-degree Application instructions.
Upon completion, you will be prepared to teach at the early childhood and elementary school levels or at the middle and high school levels.
ESOL Endorsement Requirements (24 crs.)
Required Courses - 23 crs.
Language & Language Development
Culturally Proficient Instruction - Elementary
or Culturally Proficient Instruction - Secondary
ESOL Methods & Strategies - Elementary
or ESOL Methods & Strategies - Secondary
Culture & Diversity Considerations in Education
Second Language Methodology
Leadership: ESOL Professional in the School & Community
Descriptive Linguistics & Exploration of English Language Form
Literacy Instruction for English Language Learners
Practicum: ESOL Endorsement
Persons considering applying to the ESOL endorsement program may take 6 credits before admission with the permission of the Department of Education.
>> Download Non-degree Education application (pdf)
- Includes admission requirements and instructions for completing the application