The Master of Arts in Education in English as a Second Language is designed to prepare teachers to be highly effective professional decision-makers, reflective leaders, and adaptive experts and to apply purposeful and dynamic strategies to empower all learners whose first language is other than English.
This degree is designed for teachers looking to acquire the skills needed for management of culturally and linguistically diverse classrooms. It is available in a blended format with face-to-face class meetings or an entirely online format.
This degree is designed for individuals who wish to work with English Language Learners in grades K-12 and adult and college/university programs.
This program is for Secondary English certified teachers with a desire to become leaders and mentors who are critical thinkers and reflective decision-makers in their schools.
The Master of Arts in TESOL Education will provide the knowledge, skills, and strategies needed to teach the increasing numbers of English Language Learners (ELL) in today’s multicultural and diverse classrooms.
Concordia University Chicago offers a TESOL Certificate designed to meet the needs of individuals wishing to apply teaching and learning language in various professional fields.
The Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction with ESL concentration is designed to prepare graduates who are competent to work in school settings.
Today’s schools serve an increasingly diverse population of students, including non- native English speakers. Support for schools in addressing the needs of this rapidly growing population is addressed in this program.
This program is for experienced teachers who wish to earn a Master’s Degree and TESOL PK-12 Initial Certification. Candidates in possession of an Initial Childhood or Adolescent Education certification in a content area will be able to apply for professional certification with this degree through the NYSED Teach Online system.
The Ed.D./Ph.D. program in Reading, Language and Literacy is designed to provide students with a strong background in research, theory, reading, writing and multiliteracy programs.