IS TEACHING ENGLISH YOUR CALLING?
Designed to equip leaders to maximize transformational change
Whether you’re teaching English as a second language for your job, ministry or just as a passion, our master’s degree in TESOL can help you reach your full potential as a teacher.
A Master’s Degree In TESOL Can Help You:
- Prepare for international or local ESL positions in areas such as K-12, higher education and administration.
- Learn a variety of teaching techniques and tools based on theoretical and practical knowledge.
- Stay on top of current issues and upcoming trends in the TESOL field.
BE IN THE KNOW
Augment your teaching skills with new ideas and concepts brought into the classroom by experienced faculty in the TESOL field. Discuss and evaluate current research with faculty and peers with different occupational backgrounds and perspectives. And discover practical applications for both proven and new techniques to help your students succeed.
LEARN WITH YOUR PEERS
TESOL helps build bridges between individuals and communities. We believe that our classrooms should do the same.
We integrate multiple opportunities for communication and collaboration with your peers into your program. With lifelong friendships and a network of peers, our program and strong TESOL community can lay the foundation for you to continue growing through your program and beyond.
EXPERIENCE YOUR PROGRAM
Our TESOL program utilizes a customized, flexible approach and eclectic teaching style. With the ability to join a program that is either fully-online or online with two one-week, on-campus residencies, the TESOL program can fit into your schedule for added convenience. And with flexible assignments, you can explore topics that are of interest to you.
WHAT GRADUATES ARE SAYING
“I have been so blessed to be a part of the Cornerstone TESOL program. My professors and the fellow students in my cohort have had a significant impact in my life, and this program has played an important role in both pointing me toward the next steps God has for me and preparing me to take them.”
– Hannah Thelander (MA, ’15)