Students in the TESOL emphasis may choose to take courses outside of the department (up to 9 hours). Typically course offerings in English, political science, history, anthropology, and education are most appropriate. Courses in other departments may have prerequisites so check with the professor of the course if you have any questions. TESOL students with appropriate language backgrounds may be able to include pertinent courses in the other MATL emphasis areas as electives within their programs of study. Discuss options with your adviser and the course professor before registering for such a course. It also may be possible to take a course that would count in your program on a study abroad program such as British Studies.
A sample course listing:
CIE 606- Teaching Language Arts in the Elementary Grades
CIE 691- Research in Reading
CIE 768 - Children's Literature for the Early Years
IT 636- Instructional Design and Development
For a listing of ONLINE and other courses offered on campus, see: Class Schedule Guide.