English as a New Language

How do you earn a degree in education?

To earn an IU Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education with a concentration in English as a new language, you will complete 126 credit hours. Of those credit hours, 60 are general education credit hours, 48 are professional course work/field experience credit hours, and 18 credit hours are in ENL coursework.


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Academic advising

As an education student at IUPUC, you'll work closely with your academic advisor to prepare for admission into the Teacher Education Program. You and your advisor will track your progress to ensure you are on the right track for graduation and licensure.


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Program admission requirements

Before you can begin professional courses, field experiences, and student teaching, you must apply for admission into the Teacher Education Program (TEC) at IUPUC. Work closely with your academic advisor to make sure that you finish the required general education courses and meet the additional admission criteria.


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Student teaching

As a cumulative experience, our Teacher Education Program (TEP) will place you in an K-6 elementary education classroom, where you will be able to do both observe and practice the art of teaching in an actual classroom.


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Prepare for licensure

During your final four semesters you will begin taking your licensure exams so that you will be prepared to pursue professional licensure upon recieving a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in education.


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Learn more about other concentrations

In addition to English as a new language, you can also earn concentrations in general science, language arts, mathematics, and special education.