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Bilingual Education - Cost and Financial Aid

The current graduate tuition rate is $898 per credit. Courses in the Bilingual License Sequence are offered at the discounted tuition rates shown below. (Effective Fall, 2016).

Each course is 3 credits, and can be applied towards a Master of Arts in Education with a Bilingual concentration. 


Bilingual License Sequence:

Course Title Cost per credit: Course cost:
ED 605B Paradigms of ESL/Bilingual Education $400/credit $1,200
ED 604A Language Acquisition in Content Areas $400/credit $1,200
ED 605D Biliteracy Development $400/credit $1,200
ED 605K Language Analysis and Bilingualism $400/credit $1,200
ED 604G Bilingual Curriculum Design and Assessment $400/credit $1,200
ED 694A Bilingual Field Experience $400/credit $1,200

Total Tuition Cost - Bilingual License Sequence ($7,200)
a savings of $8,694


Master of Arts in Education: Bilingual Education (additional coursework required for the Master’s)

Course Title Cost per credit: Course cost:
ED 605C ESL/Bilingual Program Development and Advocacy $898/credit $2,694
ED 639 Language Focused Instruction $898/credit $2,694
ED 603 Intro to Educational Research $898/credit $2,694
ED 692 Applied Research Thesis $898/credit $2,694
An approved 3 credit elective in Education cost varies cost varies

Total Tuition Cost - MA in Education: Bilingual Education ($17,976 plus 3 elective credits)



Teach Grant

Bilingual-license seeking students may qualify for the TEACH grant; a federal grant which, “provides grants of up to $4000 per year to students who agree to teach for four years at an elementary school, secondary school, or educational service agency that serves students from low-income families and to meet other requirements.” These funds do not need to be repaid if you “serve as a full-time teacher for a total of at least four academic years within eight years after you complete or otherwise cease to be enrolled in the program for which you received the TEACH grant.”

Please review carefully the TEACH grant website to review the program stipulations and obligations upon program completion. From this site, you can also find a link which lists current eligible schools and districts that serve low-income students.

To apply for the TEACH grant through Edgewood College, you must first notify your Bilingual program advisor about your intent to apply. Your advisor will then verify your eligibility with the Financial Aid office and put you in touch with a Financial Aid officer to complete the TEACH grant enrollment process.