Professional Development for Educators

World Languages Programs

World Languages Programs

Advance your knowledge while bringing valuable strategies and lesson plans back to your classroom.

Engage in a wide array of innovative, active, and content-rich online or hybrid programs that range from comprehensive grammar reviews to the exploration of social justice issues. These courses, designed for teachers K-12, offer professional development points or non-degree graduate credits.

Current Courses Offered

Immigration and Identity

Immigration is more than federal policies and legal frameworks. Being an immigrant affects people’s identity in their everyday lives. This course will explore the conflicts that emerge as a result of the encounters when Latino-Americans move to the United States. We will get a close look at some Latino-American communities throughout literature, films, and art to examine the social challenges faced by immigrants and the ways their identity is affected. 3 non-degree graduate credits.

Course No.






18-Mar - 10-May

Olyan Rosal,
Adjunct Lecturer