The Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) program will prepare you to teach students in the United States and throughout in the world. A campus-wide focus on cultural diversity will introduce you to a community of learners in a local context. You will learn the intricacies of linguistics and teaching from specialists who have lived, worked and taught throughout the world. You will have the opportunity to put your skills to work in an assistantship at St. Cloud State's English as a Second Language Program or the Intensive English Center, a program that trains more than 100 English language learners from more than 15 countries each year. These two centers offer 50 assistantships each year.
Courses available in the on campus and online. The licensure program is available on campus or online. 22 percent students are from diverse U.S. backgrounds and 28 percent are international students. Graduates receive professional credentials. The on-campus program can be taken in conjunction with a K-12 ESL licensure for the state of Minnesota. 50 graduate assistantships available for qualified applicants. The federally-sponsored TEACH Grant program offers up to $4,000 per year for students seeking K-12 ESL licensure. 1+1 options offered in conjunction with partner institutions in Germany, Peru and Korea.
Graduates have gone on to teach throughout the United States and 19 other countries. The program's nine faculty hold the highest degrees in their fields and have a combined 100 years of teaching experience. More than 300 students have completed the program. 10 percent of graduates continue on for doctoral studies.
GPA: 2.75The GRE is not required.NotesFor unconditional admission to the TESL program, one year of a second language or equivalent proficiency and completion of an introductory course in linguistics is required.A minimum of half of the credits should be earned in 600-level courses limited to graduate students.
Recipient: St. Cloud State University
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