TEFL Certificate Program

For post-B.A. and post-M.A. students looking to improve their background in TESL/TEFL

The TESL/TEFL Certificate is offered to post-baccalaureate and post-M.A. students who are interested in developing professional knowledge and skills in the area of Teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language. The curriculum (18 credits) focuses on providing students with a broad background in the field, in particular linguistics, language teaching methodologies, and language acquisition and use. The Certificate in TESL/TEFL can be taken by students seeking degrees or as a stand-alone certificate.

Admissions Procedures:

Students apply online by submitting a graduate application and fee, having official transcripts forwarded to Admissions, and for international students, submitting official TOEFL scores (minimum required for admission = 88 internet-based TOEFL). For students already admitted to a graduate degree program, no separate application to the Certificate is required.  To complete the Certificate, students must file a Program Declaration Form with the College of Arts and Sciences.

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