TESL Certificate Program
TESL (Teaching English as Second Language) prepares students to teach English to non-native speakers. A junior or senior level status is required, and 6 hours of English must be taken before beginning work on a TESL Certificate. Note: This certificate does not imply State Department of Education certification.
Program Requirements: (12 Semester Hours)
- EN 302 - History and Structure of the English Language
- EN 305 - Advanced Grammar
- EN 341 - Teaching English as a Second Language
- EN 342 - Second Language Acquisition