Graduate Program

Master of TESOL


The Faculty of Arts, Letters, and Humanities (F.A.L.H.) seeks to provide the means for undergraduate and graduate students to have a strong cultural basis and to acquire a liberal education, an education that broadens students’ understanding of all humankind __ ancient and modern people __by studying all aspects of human’s ways of living, behaviors, and ideas, while providing students with in-depth knowledge in their chosen areas of focus.The Faculty aims at providing students with, both undergraduate and graduate, knowledge and skill on traditional and modern societies. The Faculty helps students to develop the conceptual and technical skills to bring to fruition their individual interpretation of the world through programs and activities, including the use of most recent and developed technology for teaching, aiming at achieving excellence, efficiency, and equity. The objective keywords are: Vibrant, Systematic, Active, Progressive, Creative, Innovative, Regionally and Internationally Standardized and Competitive, and Modern.

Department Contact Info

Arts ,Humanities and Language

1810 Campus Way NE
Bothell, WA 98011-8246

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Mon – Fri 9:00A.M. – 5:00P.M.

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Methodology Courses (6 Credits)
Code Courses Credits
RME 1 Research Methodology in Education 3 Credits
QRM 22 Qualitative Research Methods in Education 3 Credits
RMSS 3 Research Methods in Social Science 3 Credits
RP 4 Research Portfolio 3 Credits
Common Courses (9 Credits)
Code Courses Credits
ATM 5 Advance TEOSL Methodology 3 Credits
TPP 6 TESOL Professional  Practice 3 Credits
DALT 7 Discourse Analysis for Language Teachers 3 Credits
Major/Specialization Courses (18 Credits)
Code Courses Credits
TPT 8 Theories and Practice in TESOL 3 Credits
TDT 9 Teacher Development in TESOL 3 Credits
EPTP 10 Educational Psychology: Theory and Practice 3 Credits
HRME 11 Human Resource Management in Education 3 Credits
ETT 12 Educational Technology in TESOL 3 Credits
TCDD13 TESOL Curriculum Design and Development 3 Credits
Elective Courses (6 Credits) + 1 Credit (Seminar)
Code Courses Credits
APP 14 Assessment:Principles and Practices 3 Credits
PPE 15 Phonetics and Phonology in ESL 3 Credits
SLAL 16 Second Language Acquisition and Learning 3 Credits
SOCL 17 Sociolinguistics 3 Credits
AGAL 18 Advanced Grammar and Applied Linguistics 3 Credits
LLTL19 Literature in Language Teaching and Learning 3 Credits
AL 20 Applied Linguistics 3 Credits
SRT 21 Seminar on Research in TESOL 3 Credits
Master’s Thesis    

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