21-23 credit hours
The TESOL minor is designed to provide a basic foundation for students who are interested in teaching English to speakers of other languages, including teaching English as a foreign language overseas, and tutoring or teaching English as a second language in local church or community programs.
NOTE: Students interested in pursuing TESOL as a profession should continue their studies at the graduate level. A master's degree program is recommended for those interested in teaching at a college or community college.
LANG/COMM 340 General and Cultural Linguistics (3)
LANG 350 Introduction to TESOL (3)
LANG 343 Second Language Acquisition (3)
SOCI 310 Cultural Anthropology (3)
One year of a foreign language or, for non-native speakers of English, two of these courses: ESLA 281, ESLA 282, ESLA 283 (6-8)
Students must choose one of the following courses:
COMM 220/420 Intercultural Communication (3)
RELI 360 Cross-Cultural Christian Outreach (3)