Master of Education in TESOL

“We have different gifts, according to the grace given to each of us.” Romans 12:6

If it is teaching, then teach. And do so by earning a Master’s Degree from HU with our Master’s of Education in TESOL Education program. This particular degree incorporates both our TESOL/EL Certification and courses in education and teaching in diverse settings. Teach internationally, in private schools, or at any number of public schools around the world and across the United States that are in need of English learning programs. As an English-learning educator, you will use your gift to fulfill a critical need, as the number of qualified teachers cannot keep up with the demand!

This degree isn't just limited to licensed teachers, either! However, licensed teachers can also add our EL certification to a state teaching license upon completion. HU’s Master of Education in TESOL degree can be completed in less than two years, and 100% of the courses are available online!

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Master of Education in TESOL — 32 hours

TE533 — Foundations of TESOL/EL
TE534 — Instructional Methods for TESOL/EL: Listening and Speaking
TE535 — Instructional Methods for TESOL/EL: Reading and Writing
TE522 — Intercultural Communication
TE536 — Teaching English Usage: Vocabulary, Pronunciation, and Grammar
TE525 — Differentiated Instruction and Assessment for ELs in a Diverse Classroom 
TE654 — Curriculum Development for TESOL
ED599 — Action Research Methods
ED655 — Field-based Research

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Admission Requirements

  1. A completed graduate program application
  2. Official transcripts 
    • Request official transcripts from the college/university awarding the highest degree you have completed 
    • Transcripts must arrive via mail or electronic submission directly from the college/university 
    • An undergraduate cumulative GPA of 3.0 is required for full acceptance  (Students with a lower GPA may apply for provisional admission based on additional documentation and Program Director approval)
  3. Two recommendation forms, preferably including at least one academic reference