Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

Teach Around the World or Where You Live!
​The Masters Program in TESOL/Bilingual Education is nationally and internationally known quality in the following areas:

All core classes are taught by highly qualified and experienced professors holding no less than a doctoral degree.

Over 90% of our courses are taught by full-time University of Findlay professors. Your courses will not be taught by students pursuing higher degrees.

Our professors working for the TESOL/Bilingual program are bilingual and have global experience. However, students need not speak another language to be successful in this program.

The curriculum was built with only the professional needs of ESL/bilingual teachers in mind. There are no extra courses from other departments.

Students within the program come from a variety of backgrounds, both domestic and international.

Personalized attention for our students is our trademark. This can be seen all the way from our advising of students to our one-on-one instruction in the endorsement exit portfolio and in the MA thesis projects.

We provide unique volunteer experiences within our local school systems to supplement our master level in-class training.

Many of our graduates go on to study at the doctoral level or find employment in both public and private schools located domestically and internationally.​

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Students are assigned place- ments that allow them to apply their skills and gain experience in live classrooms.
You can choose to study in preparation to become a professor, enter a doctoral program or add an endorsement onto a current Ohio teaching license.
MATESOL graduates can pursue careers as curriculum designers, program directors, instructors, international recruiters, translators in any industry, or with international student services.
Curriculum is built with the pro- fessional needs of ESL/bilingual teachers in mind so there are no added courses from other areas.
Learn from faculty members that have experiences working domestically and internationally in a variety of different cultures.
Areas of concentrated study include linguistics, second language acquisition, pedagogy, methodology, curriculum design, assessment and multilingual/ multicultural education.
Personalized attention for our students is a trademark, from advising of students to UF’s one-on-one instruction in the endorsement exit portfolio and in the MA thesis projects.