This program leads to a state endorsement in English as a Second Language at the early childhood, elementary, or secondary level. The program may be taken as an undergraduate minor or as part of the Master of Education (MED) program.
Undergraduate students must be admitted to the Teacher Education Program (as outlined in the Education/Teacher Education Programs section of this catalog) prior to enrolling in any TESL course. Students who already have a baccalaureate degree and a teaching certificate must be admitted to the Master of Education program.
(1) Admission to the Elementary, Special Education, or Secondary teacher preparation programs, or
(2) admission to the Master of Education program with a basic/standard teaching certificate.
Completion of the following courses for endorsement (may be taken at the undergraduate level numbered in the 300s or graduate level numbered in the 600s).
Students must meet the college-wide graduation requirements in addition to the Justice Studies major:
|I. English as a Second Language Endorsement (TESL)||18|
|TESL 320/MED 620 English Learners, Family and Community (3)|
|TESL 321/MED 621 Foundations of ESOL Instruction (3)|
|TESL 322/MED 622 Language Acquisition and Development (3)|
|TESL 323/MED 623 Instrurctional Methods for English Learners (3)||TESL 321, 322|
|TESL 324/MED 624 Content Area Instruction for English Learners (3)||TESL 323|
TESL 325/MED 625 Assessment for English Learners 3 (3)
|II. Foreign Language Requirement||4|
All undergraduate students must complete four credit hours of a foreign language. See Foreign Language Requirement for equivalencies, AP and CLEP credit policy.
|TOTAL HOURS FOR THE TESL ENDORSEMENT AS AN UNDERGRADUATE MINOR||22|