You may take online and classroom courses in any combination to earn the 120-hour certificate.
TESOL Linguistics covers immersion in the elements constituting language: phonology, morphology, phonetics, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, and how language is learned across age levels.
Research, discussions, group projects and reports are all part of the coursework in the Linguistics class for TESOL.
Textbook: "An Introduction to Language," Author: Fromkin, Rodman, Hyams, Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing, 10th Ed. Contact us for a list of alternative sources if you are having trouble finding a book. The textbook is also available as an Ebook.
These courses meet in the classroom on Saturdays for six weeks. ** Exceptions of (5), 6-hour sessions as noted.
This course earns 3 PLUs. Prerequisite: You must establish and maintain an account on the Moodle Distance Learning system, have access to the internet and email to participate in this class.
For a concise description of all 4 TESOL Certificate courses, please read this document: