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Earn a Post-Baccalaureate Online Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) in just two quarters and be ready to teach abroad, enhance your current teaching skills, or pursue a master's degree!
This new 12-credit completely online program is designed as an introduction for those who have had little to no training in the field. Participants may join the bi-weekly sessions from anywhere they choose, and complete the additional work at their own pace during the week.
The Post-Baccalaureate Online Certificate in TESOL is aimed at pre- and in-service English language instructors locally, nationally, and internationally who want to explore the field, serve as entry-level tutors and instructors here and abroad, or for those who wish to pursue a master’s degree program. Participants will learn:
Students enrolled in the TESOL Post-Baccalaureate Certificate at Seattle University earn 12 post-baccalureate credits. The program is completed in two quarters by taking two classes per quarter. Admission is rolling, allowing participants to apply anytime for the next available start date. Designed and supervised by the College of Education's master degree program in TESOL, the program is taught by expert TESOL instructors.
Certificate credits are $450 each. The total program cost is $5,580, which includes a $90 per-quarter university technology fee.
Introduction to Language and Language Teaching
Teaching of ESL Grammar
Culture in the ESL Classroom
Applicants must have a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution. To apply, download the application and return the completed form (with payment for half of the program cost) by mail, fax, or e-mail.
August 15, 2014 for Fall Quarter.
This certificate is offered through the College of Education’s Research and Online/Professional Learning Office. For additional information or questions, contact the Professional Learning Office at (206) 296-2147 or email ContinuingEd@seattleu.edu.
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