The TESOL Education track is designed for people working in any field, and you do not need to be a licensed teacher to participate. It is a program for educators who teach speakers of languages other than English, but also for others who may work with English language learners. The Master of Education in TESOL education program requires the completion of 32 semester hours, including the courses listed below. Coursework prior to research for the TESOL track can be completed in as little as 15 months.
TE 533: Foundations of TESOL
TE 534: Instructional Methods for TESOL: Listening and Speaking
TE 535: Instructional Methods for TESOL: Reading and Writing
TE 536: Teaching English Usage: Vocabulary, Grammar, and Pronouncination
ED 599: Action Research Methods
ED 651: Current Issues in TESOL Education or ED 653: Critical Readings in TESOL Education
ED 652: Theory and Pedagogy in TESOL Instruction
ED 654: Curriculum Design and Content Standards in TESOL Education
ED 655: Field-based Research Project in TESOL Education
*ED 599 must be completed and the candidate must be admitted to the program before registering for ED 655.
**ED 655 will typically be a continuous enrollment course over two terms.
For more information about the Master of Education in TESOL program, please visit the Institute for TESOL Studies.
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