The Master of Arts in Teaching in English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Program
ESOL Master's in Teaching Program
The Master of Arts in Teaching in English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Program is meant for students who wish to acquire an ESOL teaching certificate for grades K-12 and are not yet certified to teach in another academic area. The degree prepares students to work effectively with diverse student populations. Courses in this program are taught in conjunction with the School of Education, Teaching and Health (SETH), which awards the degree to MAT: ESOL graduate students.
For additional information about the program, admissions information, and requirements, please visit the School of Education, Teaching, and Health Website.
John Petersen, MAT ESOL ’08, has done it all. He has taught at both the elementary and college level, and is now the school operations specialist for D.C. Public Schools.