At a Glance
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The on-campus Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Program, housed at the university's Azusa campus, offers prospective and experienced teachers of English as a second or foreign language a relevant degree that blends theoretical course material with real-life application.
The program offers courses and seminars in language acquisition theory, English grammar and pronunciation, intercultural communication and socio-linguistics, language teaching methods and materials development, observation and practice in classroom teaching, language assessment, program design, and language-development research.
APU also offers the Master of Arts in TESOL in a field-based and online format.
TESOL Program Highlights
- APU's TESOL programs combine compassionate Christian service with strong academic and practical preparation for ESL teachers.
- Students can complete the program in as little as 17–24 months.
- Take up to three courses in a different format—online or field-based—or study abroad while earning your master's degree.
- Situated in the greater Los Angeles area, APU's location provides students exposure to a diverse linguistic and multicultural experience.
Learn more about the program and our faculty.
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Accreditation
Azusa Pacific University receives accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).
Azusa Pacific University secured a place in the most prestigious category of U.S. News & World Report’s America’s Best Colleges 2016 rankings, placing in Tier One at No. 175 in the National Universities category. In addition, The Princeton Review named APU as 1 of 124 institutions in the 2016 Best Colleges in the West, and G.I. Jobs named APU a Military Friendly School for 2016, placing APU among the top 15 percent of schools in the country helping military students reach their educational dreams.