Teaching English as a Second Language–TESL Education trains students to teach effectively while drawing on a solid theoretical foundation. Students gain relevant experience through supervised practicums and have the opportunity to teach in a variety of English-as-a-second/foreign-language contexts. Graduates are prepared for national literacy and adult education programs and international teaching positions.
Official transcript(s), GRE (general test) or TOEFL, three letters of recommendation and a 1-2 page statement of purpose.
The M.A. TESL degree requires 36 credits of coursework and students complete a capstone project with options of a 1) thesis, or 2) portfolio or exams.
Students must complete a capstone project with options of a 1) thesis, or 2) portfolio or exams.
PROGRAM FEE: None