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Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) prepares students to deliver quality English instruction to adults in a variety of educational settings. The TESOL program provides a multilingual and multicultural environment, with an emphasis on leadership, service, social justice and individual language rights.
Seattle University’s College of Education TESOL master’s degree program prepares ethical and reflective TESOL professionals for service in diverse communities. Our graduates teach adults who seek proficiency in English as their second language, either in the United States or abroad.
In the United States, where nearly 12 percent of the population is foreign born, TESOL professionals are in high demand — especially those with master’s degrees.
Graduate degree options in TESOL include a Master of Arts degree or a Master of Education degree. Courses combine course planning and instructional practice with theoretical coursework in language acquisition and linguistic theory, supplemented by an internship and fieldwork, and continued involvement in professional organizations. The TESOL program reflects the following themes:
Designed to fit the needs of the working professional with evening classes and admission throughout the year, SU’s TESOL program encourages students to choose electives that focus on future career interests, including:
Our graduates teach adults with varying instructional needs in colleges or intensive English language programs in the U.S. and abroad. TESOL instructors are prepared to teach:
The TESOL program at Seattle University offers two certificate programs:
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