Education Courses and Programs

Here are some courses and programs that will be available Winter 2015 that may be of interest to those interested in courses related to education. For a complete listing of the current Logo: Term-Based Term-Based and Self-Paced Logo Self-Paced courses please click here.

Please note that this list is provided for informational purposes only. When courses are offered varies from academic year to academic year. The most up-to-date information is found in Classfinder.

Select Course Offerings

Courses

Winter CRN

Credits

GUR

Delivery Mode

Instructor

Tuition

EDUC 309: Storytelling

12690

4

BCOM

Logo: Term-Based Term-Based

Rosemary Vohs

$250 per Credit

ENG 347: Studies in Young Adult Literature

Continuous

5

-

Self-Paced Logo Self-Paced

Nancy Johnson

$131 per Credit

ENG 436/LING 402: The Structure of English

Continuous

5

-

Self-Paced Logo Self-Paced

Anne Lobeck

$131 per Credit

HIST 391: History of the Pacific Northwest

Continuous

5

-

Self-Paced Logo Self-Paced

Robert Keller

$131 per Credit

TESOL Certificate Program

The following TESOL courses are available as "trial" courses. For additional information on trialling a TESOL course, contact the TESOL program for an override.

Courses

Winter CRN

Credits

GUR

Delivery Mode

Instructor

Tuition

TESL 401: Intro to English Linguistics for TESOL

12693

4

-

Logo: Term-Based Term-Based

Diane Majors

$250 per Credit

Certificate/Minor in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

Western’s interdisciplinary TESOL Certificate Program is designed to provide training in linguistics, grammar, second language acquisition, and methodology. Participants receive hands-on experience with language learners, culminating in a mentored teaching practicum, which students can complete in their home community or internationally.

Human Services B.A. Program

B.A. in Human Services

The Human Services program prepares professionals to work in a variety of settings as case managers, advocates, grant writers, youth workers, volunteer coordinators, human resource specialists, fundraisers, trainers, paraeducators or advocacy specialists for victims of child abuse, domestic violence, homelessness, or other social issues. The human services profession promotes improved service delivery systems by addressing not only the quality of direct services, but by also seeking to improve accessibility, accountability, coordination, and collaboration among professionals and agencies to attain the highest quality of life with the least amount of intervention.

Registration Information

Current Western Students

Non Western Students

Logo: Term-Based Term-Based

WWU students with a registration appointment may enroll thru Web4U.

Academic Year Term-Based Course Registration form for non WWU students

Self-Paced Logo Self-Paced

WWU students with an active MyWestern account may register using the IL Registration E-Form. Upon registration tuition charges will be added to your student account and is due immediately.

Self-Paced Course Registration form for Non-WWU Students

Programs

See program web site for more information.

Tuition for courses run through Extended Education will be on a self-supporting basis. Check tuition amounts on ClassFinder and in Web4U. This tuition is separate from WWU Main Campus tuition and is not included in the 10-18 credit banded amount. Self-sustaining courses are not eligible for Western Grant or tuition waiver funding; please consult Financial Aid for additional information. For information on your student account and for billing related questions, please contact the Student Business Office.

Page Updated 11.19.2014