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Program Title

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION IN T.E.S.O.L. AND APPLIED LINGUISTICS

Program Code

HLME01

Credits

Min. 60.0

Expected Length

~1.5 Years (3⁄4-time)

~2.0 Years (Half-time)

Modes of Study

3⁄4-time
Half-time

Methods of Delivery

On-campus
Online

Admissions Deadline

No Deadline

Next Start Date

TBD

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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION IN T.E.S.O.L. AND APPLIED LINGUISTICS

  • The M.S.Ed. T.E.S.O.L. & Applied Linguistics program at AUS appreciates the diverse nature of teaching English as a foreign or second language, recognizing it as a combination of artistic and scientific components. This program proudly offers our international student body a carefully constructed curriculum that seeks to strike a comfortable balance between the theoretical and the pragmatic when designing its required and elective coursework in order to allow each student to tailor his/her study program to fit the goals and needs of each student. Furthermore, the program's steadfast commitment to maintaining a low student-to-instructor ratio underscores its dedication to providing a profoundly personalized and intellectually challenging and enriching learning environment for our students. 

     

    This academic qualification is specifically designed to serve as a substantial catalyst for enhancing the career prospects of graduates who are aspiring to embark on an exciting and rewarding English language teaching journey. It also extends a myriad of opportunities for more seasoned educators with an inclination to diversify or further enhance their current professional trajectories or to embark on scholarly research endeavors across various domains, including, but not limited to teacher training, educational administration, curriculum design, materials development, linguistic analysis, and/or assessment methodologies. 

     

    The vocation of English language teaching typically offers a wide variety and number of prospects for its practitioners, including the potential to reside and work in any of number of countries or disparate regions within, or even outside of their nation due to the recent, and current trend of increasing worldwide globalization. Given the pervasive global demand for English language proficiency, educators specializing in this domain, particularly those possessing advanced qualifications such as an M.S.Ed. in T.E.S.O.L. and Applied Linguistics, remain in exceedingly high demand. Graduates with this esteemed credential are aptly equipped to assume pivotal roles as educators and administrators within various educational settings, ranging from traditional learning institutions to non-governmental or corporate entities. This underscores the program's inherent versatility and capacity to nurture professionals for influential and impactful careers in the rapidly growing field of English language education. 

  • DUAL-DEGREE SCHEME

    UK Masters Degree

    Upon successful fulfillment of all academic prerequisites within the M.S.Ed. T.E.S.O.L. and Applied Linguistics program at AUS, except the Research Project in T.E.S.O.L. and Applied Linguistics, students are afforded the valuable prospect of advancing to the research phase in partnership with a distinguished UK-based university. Concurrently, they maintain their active student status at AUS. This collaboration offers students an invaluable international perspective, privileged access to state-of-the-art research opportunities, the attainment of two distinguished master's degrees, the establishment of a global professional network, and exposure to the highest standards of research excellence. This distinctive educational trajectory augments their academic journey. It equips them with a globally recognized and comprehensive skill set, ideally preparing them for a prosperous and influential vocation in teaching English and applied linguistics to speakers of other languages.

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    GENERAL  REQUIREMENTS

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    CORE REQUIREMENTS

    Advanced Curriculum Design and Assessment

    5

    Advanced Study of Education Practice

    5

    Syntax

    5

    Theoretical and Applied Linguistics

    5

    T.E.S.O.L. Theory and Practice

    5

    T.E.S.O.L. Methodology and Strategy

    5

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    CONCENTRATION  REQUIREMENTS

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    FIELD EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

    5

    T.E.S.O.L. and Applied Linguistics Professional Practice

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    RESEARCH  REQUIREMENTS

    5

    Research Methodology in Social Sciences

    10

    Master's Research Project in T.E.S.O.L. and Applied Linguistics

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    ELECTIVES