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The program offers Master’s and Educational Specialist degrees in Learning, Teaching, and Curriculum with emphasis areas in Art Education, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, English Education, Literacy Education, Mathematics Education, Music Education, Science Education, Social Studies Education, and TESOL.
Only completed applications will be reviewed by the Graduate Admissions Committee. It is suggested applicants submit their applications in plenty of time for the desired semester of entrance. Applications for admissions decisions take at least 6 weeks to process.
|Test Type||Total Score||Reading||Listening||Speaking||Writing|
|TOEFL Internet -based||80||17||17||17||17|
|When did you take the GRE?||Verbal + Quantitative|
|Prior to August 1, 2011||810+|
|On or after August 1, 2011||291=(V:150, Q:141)|
*Note: Not all programs require the GRE exam. The following programs require the GRE for consideration into the program: Early Childhood Education, English Education (including TESOL focus), Mathematics Education and Science Education.
Stand Alone: Yes
Degree Dependent: No
Total Credit Hours: 18
Certificate description: The Graduate Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) prepares English language teachers, English language program administrators, language testers, and educational materials writers to work in contexts where English is a foreign language (EFL contexts). The objectives of the certificate are to develop professionals with a) knowledge of the structure of the English language; b) an understanding of how languages are used and learned; and c) skills in designing and implementing pedagogical tasks to facilitate language learning. The certificate consists of 18 graduate credit hours divided among five core courses and one elective course.
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For information about certificate, contact:
Dr. Nikki Ashcraft
Phone: (972) 226-0923 (remote)
Dr. Rachel Pinnow
Phone: (573) 882-8465
Address: Learning, Teaching, and Curriculum, 303 Townsend Hall, University of Missouri Columbia, MO 65211