Program Highlights & Benefits
Analyze language and interact with students from a wide variety of cultural backgrounds
Can be used to teach English as a Second Language in other countries
Online & Asynchronous Format
No GRE or Entrance Exam Required
Certified teachers who want to earn a Master of Education in TESOL.
What You Learn
The online master’s degree in TESOL features a blend of theory and practice in second language learning and teaching. In your course work, you can expect to learn how to develop curricula and meaningfully assess ESL students. You’ll also learn how to teach reading and writing to second language learners and understand how second languages are acquired.
How You Learn
This is an online cohort. You will check in online to complete assignments and participate in online discussions and group activities. You will finish one 3 credit course every 8 weeks.
You can pursue a variety of careers that involve teaching English to speakers of other languages. One possible career path is to be an ESL teacher. You can also teach English as a foreign language in an international setting. You can teach English to adults who need language skills for a job in the U.S. The skills you gain through the program can also be applied in a job at an immigration or refugee center.
ESL/ELL Curriculum and Assessment
Linguistics for Educators
Language and Culture
Research Evaluation and Design
Second Language Acquisition
Teaching ESL Writing
Word Study: Decoding, Comprehension & Fluency
Serving and Leading in Community and World
|Total Credit Hours:||30|
*If you already hold a Master of Education degree, you can take 5 courses in order to earn an English as a Second Language Endorsement only.