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MA Degree in TESOL with Long Island University and ASPECT English School

Updated: 2009-11-28 11:18:29

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"GEI" together with China TEFL Network works with Long Island University and ASPECT English School to help qualified college graduates in Asia Pacific to come to the U.S. to enter the following programs:

MBA Program for International Executives (completed in one year)
Obtain an MBA degree from the AACSB accredited College of Management at Long Island University, C.W. Post Campus. This intensive program starts in September and ends in August of the following year - no summer vacation.

TESOL Program (completed in one year)

Obtain an MA in TESOL degree from the renowned School of Education at Long Island University, C.W. Post Campus (TESOL stands for "Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages".) This program prepares those students who want to teach English to speakers of other languages.

Combine English Classes and MBA/TESOL Program in One Location
ASPECT English School conducts English classes on C.W. Post Campus. This means that one can attend ASPECT English classes in June, July and August, and start MBA or TESOL in September - all in one location.

Attend ASPECT English School in a Location of Your Choice
ASPECT English School offers English classes for international students on 27 locations across the U.S., Canada, Europe and Australia. You can attend the English classes in any of the 27 locations.
MA Degree in TESOL
(TESOL stands for "Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages".)

School of Education
Long Island University, C.W. Post Campus

This Master of Art degree in "TESOL" program is designed to meet the growing demand for qualified English teachers in Asia, Latin America and other parts of the world. The program provides the students with a solid English foundation and trains the students in effective language teaching skills. It takes one year to complete the program, from September to August of the following year. Twelve courses are required, four courses each in Fall, Spring, and Summer:

EDU 710 Methods and Materials in TESOL
EDU 830 Bilingual Education and ESL: Theory and Practice
LIN 512 Descriptive Linguistics
EDU 837 Cultural Linguistics
EDU 701 Analysis of Behavior
EDU 829 Advanced Methods and Evaluation in TESOL
LIN 515 Sociolinguistics
EDU 900 Introduction to Educational Research
EDU 839 TESOL in Content
EDU 756 Counseling Multicultural Students
ENG 513 History of the English Language
LIN 516 Psycholinguistics
TOEFL and I-20

Students who have taken TOEFL should submit the TOEFL report with their