If you are not bilingual but aspire to work with and to teach English to speakers of other languages, you will want to earn this degree in Curriculum & Instruction: TESOL. You will acquire an in-depth knowledge of TESOL best practices, current research, program and curriculum development techniques, relevant legislation, and other appropriate content. With the mandates of the No Child Left Behind Act and the growth of diverse populations of students in the U.S. who speak a language other than English, teachers who have a degree in TESOL are in demand. Why not begin work on your TESOL degree today?
Curriculum & Instruction, TESOL Degree Plan