Master's in TESOL Program (M.Ed.)
- Online English Teaching Degree
Online Degree Overview
- Altina Suber, ESL Teacher
Current Student, 2013
"Through guided lessons,
practical application, and
research, I was able to
prepare for daily interactions
with my current students.
Read Altina's Story>>
Regent's online Master of Education in TESOL program (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) is designed for individuals who have a desire to work with children and/or adults who are learning English as a second or foreign language. Courses emphasize TESOL methodology, linguistics, intercultural/cross-cultural education, second language acquisition, literacy instruction and assessing student achievement. Individuals pursuing the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) approved TESOL Program - PreK-12 ESL Endorsement Track must be licensed classroom teachers; however, a teaching license is not needed for individuals that wish to work with adult populations and plan to pursue the TESOL Program - Adult Track. Individuals pursuing the Master's in TESOL program may consider positions in both domestic and international settings.
Master's in TESOL Program Highlights
Curriculum: Master's in TESOL
Adult Education/Collegiate Track or
PreK-12 ESL Endorsement Track
Length: 33 credit hours. May be completed in as little as 24 months.
Format: Eight-week courses offered entirely via online learning. Students may begin the program in August, October, January, March, May, or July.
Results: Master of Education (M.Ed.) in TESOL. TESOL PreK-12 Track leads to ESL Endorsement.
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Features: The Master's in TESOL program is TEAC accredited and VDOE approved to offer the PreK-12 ESL Endorsement.
- Katherine Tipton
ESL Teacher in Guam
Regent Graduate, 2011
"Regent's TESOL program
has helped me reach
and professional goals."
Read Katherine's Story>>
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Master's in TESOL Program graduates will be able to:
- Demonstrate knowledge, understanding, and application of theory, principles, and practices pertaining to Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). Areas addressed include linguistics, TESOL methodology, first and second language acquisition, literacy instruction, cultural understanding, and current trends and best practices in the field.
- Demonstrate the ability to apply skills and strategies in alignment with the WIDA (World-Class Instructional Design) and TESOL English language proficiency standards and best practices for instruction and assessment of ELLs.
- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the influence of socio-cultural and linguistic factors in the instruction of ELLs.
- Demonstrate skills in the teaching of reading for ELLs, specifically addressing the areas of phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.
- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of integration of faith and learning as encapsulated in the School of Education four areas of seeking wisdom, seeking knowledge, serving others, and edifying others.