Master of Arts in Teaching—Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (MAT—TESOL) at the USC Rossier School of Education
Offered by one of the world’s leading private research universities, the Master of Arts in the Teaching—Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (MAT–TESOL) program will prepare you to teach English and other languages to a variety of learners in both domestic and international settings. By completing additional requirements, you may also pursue a California preliminary single subject teaching credential in the areas English Language Development or World Languages.
MAT–TESOL courses and fieldwork offer a developmental and integrated learning experience that will equip you to provide systematic and effective English language instruction. Through the curriculum, you’ll gain theoretical knowledge, practice and apply concepts in actual classrooms and have opportunities to demonstrate mastery.
|Develop foundational knowledge about core theories, concepts and critical issues in the field||Apply theory through practice teaching, observations and action research in classrooms||Master instructional strategies in collaboration with guiding teachers, faculty and peers|
The curriculum is designed to prepare you to teach rigorously and think critically and innovatively to identify and close opportunity gaps for underserved students around the world. As you advance through the program, you will acquire knowledge and skills in four broad categories:
- Instructional approaches
- How languages are acquired
- How languages are structured and used
- The importance of social context in learning and teaching
Non-Credential and Credential Tracks
The MAT–TESOL program offers both non-credential and credential tracks. The non-credential track is tailored to prepare you to teach in private schools, international schools, adult education, community colleges and other higher education settings. The non-credential track requires a minimum of 18 units when completed as part of the dual degree program.
The credential track is designed to prepare you to teach in the United States in a single subject language teaching assignment. Credential tracks are offered for a California preliminary single subject teaching credential in English Language Development or World Languages. Pursuing a credential track requires a minimum of 22 units when completed as part of the dual degree program.
Maestría en Educación y Desarrollo de la Práctica Educativa at Universidad Iberoamericana Ciudad de Mexico-Tijuana
Maestría en Educación y Desarrollo de la Práctica Educativa (Master of Arts in Education and Teaching) will prepare you to teach English or Spanish as a second language or in a bilingual Spanish and English classroom. Taught by experts with extensive teaching and research experience in bilingual contexts, the program will prepare you for a dynamic global career with a solid foundation in applied linguistics, educational inquiry and research-informed language teaching approaches.
The Maestría en Educación program requires eight courses (58 credits) when completed as part of the dual-degree program. The curriculum is designed to give you a strong theoretical, practice and research foundation for teaching in Spanish and education in Mexico.