Master of Arts in TESOL (Online)

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Master of Arts in TESOL (Online)

SIT’s online Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) is designed to meet the career goals of current teachers seeking a master’s degree in EFL, ESL, ELT, TESL, or TESOL. The program offers SIT’s highly regarded TESOL graduate education — grounded in collaborative, cohort-based experiential learning, and reflective practice — through a remote format. Students complete the majority of coursework online while staying in their current jobs and communities, and come to the Vermont campus for three weeks each summer for intensive face-to-face sessions.

Subjects

  • English As A Second Language
  • Teaching English As A Second Language
  • Teaching Foreign Language
  • Tesol

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