You may take online and classroom courses in any combination to earn the 120-hour certificate.
In TESOL Online Issues of Culture we cover the role of context (social, cultural, and linguistic) in intercultural relations and examine the complex relationship between culture and communication. To help deepen your knowledge and perspective, we will examine major theories related to educating culturally diverse students.
This course earns 3 PLUs. Prerequisite: You must establish and maintain an account on the distance learning website, and have access to the internet and email. Speakers and/or headphones are recommended for participation in live course lectures or Q&A.
Online courses are interactive, with ongoing feedback from the instructor. Material is presented in a variety of ways, which may include: pre-recorded lectures, videos, audio files, powerpoint slides, and live review sessions.
Class runs six weeks, Monday to Sunday. Content and curriculum are communicated each week from your course website. Your participation in online discussions and weekly assignments is mandatory to meet attendance requirements.
Online training programs offered by the College of Continuing and Professional Education are available in most states. If you are an out-of-state student, please confirm that the program is available in your state by contacting the Registration Department.