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English is the most important global language, or lingua franca, of today. It is the must-know language for anyone aspiring to build a career in business, science, medicine, communications, or the academic world. There are million learning English in countries across the globe.
Studying TESOL means increasing your understanding of how English works in a wide range of personal, social and professional settings. It also provides you with a sound theoretical foundation and a range of practical skills that will allow you to teach the language effectively in different settings and cultural environments.
With TESOL, you’ll learn how to teach English using contemporary knowledge, skills, principles and tools for second language learning, teaching and assessment. The teaching major will also explore issues such as the relationship between languages, cultures and societies; the acquisition of second and foreign languages; the teaching and learning of languages; language policy; and cross-cultural communication.
With the internationalisation of the job market, graduates with a qualification in English language teaching will have greater employment opportunities.
A major in TESOL is made up of 36 units, including:
A teaching major in TESOL is made up of 27 units, including:
TESOL can also be taken as a minor. Your 22.5 units will include:
TESOL can also be studied as a postgraduate degree, with options of study that range from 18 to 72 units of study. Students also have the option to complete a research project in TESOL at the postgraduate level. Please refer to the TESOL postgraduate program for details.
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