Earn Your Master's Degree
TEACHING ENGLISH TO SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES
Discover the University
of San Francisco advantage:
- Complete your Master of Arts degree in less than two years.
- Learn from USF faculty who have extensive TESL/TEFL classroom teaching experience.
- Benefit from small class sizes while building relationships with fellow students.
- Focus on Social Justice, Human Rights, and Global Education.
- Program available Online or at our S.F. Campus.
- Concentration in Digital Media & Learning available.
The University of San Francisco is accredited
by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).
Master of Arts in TESOL Campus Program
The basic TESOL degree consists of 10 courses for a total of 30 academic credits. Full-time students can complete the program in three or four semesters. See TESOL Program Structure.
The program combines a comprehensive coverage of linguistic theory with practical application, providing students with the knowledge and strategies they need to be highly effective ESOL teachers in schools, community colleges, and teaching abroad.
Program delivery is designed for working professionals.
Classes are held on one weekday–late afternoon/evening and selected Friday evenings and Saturdays (on the School of Education Teaching Weekend Schedule).
Master of Arts in TESOL with Concentration in Digital Media and Learning (DML)
The program with concentration consists of 11 courses for a total of 33 credits with specific courses in the area of educational technology. In addition, the final project must demonstrate the student's ability to combine Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages with Digital Media and Learning.
Campus Program Delivery
- Full-time students can complete the program in three or four semesters. See TESOL Program Structure.
- Classes are held on one weekday–late afternoon/evening and selected Friday evenings and Saturdays (on the School of Education Teaching Weekend Schedule).
Online Program Delivery
Note: Online program delivery cannot be combined with the
campus programs delivery.
Please note: Due to regulations regarding online degree programs in higher education, effective November 1, 2011, the University of San Francisco is unable to accept applications for admission to online degree programs from students residing in Alabama, Arkansas, Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts, and Wisconsin.