Requirements

Degree Requirements (48 units)

  1. EDUC 603. Effective Communication in Education (4)
  2. EDUC 605. Foundations of Education (4)
  3. EDUC 607. Introduction to Educational Research (4)
  4. EESL 514. Curriculum Design in TESOL (4)
  5. EESL 536. Crosscultural Teaching (4)
  6. ESL 544. Reading Methods in TESOL (4)
  7. EESL 545. Writing Methods in TESOL (4)
  8. EESL 670. Principles and Practice in TESOL (4)
  9. EESL 685. Research in TESOL (4)
  10. Four units chosen from:
    • EESL 524. Supervised Observation/Participation in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (2)
    • EESL 525. Tutoring Methods in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (2)
    • EESL 535. Survey of Methods in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (4)
    • EESL 678. Studies in K-12 Classroom Discourse (4)
    • EESL 679. Fieldwork: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (4)
    • EESL 680. Practicum in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) (4)
  11. Eight units from A or B which will also satisfy the graduation writing requirement:
      1. A. EDUC 600. Master's Degree Project (4)
        • EESL 686. Advanced Research Methods in TESOL (4)
      2. B. EESL 999. Comprehensive Examination (0) plus eight units of electives listed below if not taken previously.
    • Electives:
    • ECTS 504. Principles of Career and Technical Education (4)
    • EDCI 624. Advanced Teaching Methodology (4)
    • EDCI 630. Children's Literature in the Classroom (4)
    • EESL 500. Introduction to TESOL (4)
    • EESL 501. Foundations of TESOL (4)
    • EESL 505. Differentiated Curriculum in TESOL (4)
    • EESL 524. Supervised Observation/Participation in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (2)
    • EESL 525. Tutoring Methods in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (2)
    • EESL 533. TESOL Crosscultural Teaching Practicum (2)
    • EESL 535. Survey of Methods in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (4)
    • EESL 540. Teaching Adult English Learner (4)
    • EESL 543. Speaking and Listening Methods for TESOL (4)
    • EESL 665. Creative Teaching in TESOL (4)
    • EESL 678. Studies in K-12 Classroom Discourse (4)
    • EESL 686. Advanced Research Methods in TESOL (4)
    • ERDG 620. Foundations of Reading and Writing (4)
    • ETEC 500. Foundations in Instructional Technology (4)
    • ETEC 544. Design and Development of Instructional Materials I (4)
    • or other upper-division graduate courses appropriate to this concentration, subject to advance approval by the Education Graduate Committee and TESOL coordinator.

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