Interested in working in English language programs in the United States or English language programs abroad? The program of study for the TESOL minor will develop your understanding of language acquisition patterns, teaching methods, curriculum design, and sociocultural factors that influence teaching and learning.
This practice-oriented minor supports students who are contemplating becoming English, adult English as a Second Language, or English as a Foreign Language teachers in the future.
The minor will consist of a minimum of 15 credit hours in courses distributed as indicated below.
Note: For both Group A & B: enrollment permitting, the department will attempt to have separate sections just for undergraduates, not cross-listed sections.
Students may petition, either before or after taking a course, to count a course toward the minor. Students will petition the faculty member coordinating the TESOL minor.
For more information contact:
Estela Ene, Ph.D.
Program Director of EAP and TESOL
Associate Professor of English