Why Study Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)?
Major/Minor | English/Language | CAS
TESOL emphasizes teaching aspects of English in non-English speaking countries. Our TESOL program utilizes a variety of resources to prepare graduates including an English Language Transition program, ESL Tutoring Center, a Speakers' Corner and an accelerated bachelor’s to master’s degree program. We also coordinate placement of 60 native English speakers to South Korea’s Yeongjin University each year after graduation.
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Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
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Area of Study:
Skills and Learning Outcomes
- Demonstrate proficiency in a foreign language and understanding of language variations.
- Design, implement and assess teaching tools.
- Develop comprehension of first and second language development.
- Communicate effectively with a range of audiences.
- Thoroughly understand English language structure.
Types of Courses
- International Short Fiction
- Introduction to International Relations
- Modern German-Speaking Cultures
- Non-Native Speakers of the Midwest
- Phonetics and Phonology
- Spanish Phonetics
- Structure of English
- World Cinema
TESOL graduates are in high demand across the United States and abroad. Nearly half of all graduates pursue a career internationally, including roles like:
- ESL Teacher or Instructor
- English Language Program Coordinator
- Government or Community Coordinator
- Human Resources Coordinator
- Research Director
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