The Bachelor of Arts in Teaching English as a Second Language provides students with a broad understanding of both theory and practice in language studies, pedagogy and culture.
Students gain mastery in implementing their skills in varied second-language teaching contexts; in addition, they can observe and participate with international learners in a state-of-the-art technology classroom. Students completing their practicum work in Dresden, Germany, receive a Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language. Students can additionally work toward state teacher licensure by completing the Education minor.
The Department of English also offers a Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language.
Students interested in teacher licensure must contact the TESL advisor within the Department of English for advising to complete the education minor.
To make an advising appointment with a faculty advisor, please call 330-672-1707.