The Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Certificate is currently undergoing revisions. Courses in the existing program will be available through Summer Quarter 2019 to allow students to complete their requirements. Students who are interested in the revised program may still take and transfer courses from the current program into the revised offering. If you would like to speak with a program representative, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
English is arguably the most predominant language through which people communicate, connect and transact business in the emerging global community of the 21st century. The increased fluidity of international borders, the relative ease of travel and the growing global market presence has made the demand for quality English language programs and TESOL instructors higher than ever – both abroad and in the United States.
Designed to offer a balance of current theory and practical experience in second language acquisition instructional methods, the Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages certificate will prepare you with foundational knowledge and real-world skills to effectively step into a career in TESOL. Courses provide a comprehensive study of core knowledge in the field, including aspects of linguistics and sociolinguistics, the structure of English, methodology of teaching and assessing English, literacy development, curriculum development and language assessment.
Who Should Attend
Individuals with a bachelor’s degree who wish to teach English in a variety of ESL settings in the United States and overseas, recent graduates, international students, aspiring educators, career changers, and current teachers who wish to enhance their competencies in the field of TESOL.
Occupational summary for postsecondary teachers in the United States.