Prepare to teach English in the United States and abroad with culturally responsive and asset-based frameworks through George Mason University’s School of Education online Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction with a concentration in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages). Our program equips students with the expertise to create inviting classroom environments and engaging English instruction, all while drawing on bi/multilingual learners’ cultural, linguistic, and experiential backgrounds. Mason’s online TESOL master’s degree program empowers graduates to effectively teach English learners across a variety of contexts around the world.
Join an international community of educators! Graduates of Mason’s online master’s in TESOL become part of a worldwide community of like-minded scholars and practitioners dedicated to building culturally responsive and engaging learning environments for English learners globally.
Applicants for the online program should apply here.
Ranked #12 Best Online Master’s in Curriculum & Instruction Programs by U.S. News and World Report, 2023
Virtual Open House
The George Mason University faculty dedicates time throughout the year to hold interactive sessions online for those who want to learn more about the programs we offer. If you would like to find out more about what you can expect from an online Master of Education in TESOL, visit our pre-recorded Virtual Open House and watch at your convenience. For information on upcoming sessions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Learning online in an asynchronous format means that you can complete your degree at times and in locations that are best for you. Avoid commute times or “traditional” classroom hours, so you can complete your degree and advance your career even if you travel for work, have kids at home, or keep a busy non-traditional schedule.
Coursework is delivered through a variety of prepared video lessons, readings, or engagement-oriented learning tasks that you’ll complete by predefined dates, but this doesn’t mean you’ll learn alone. You will participate in discussions with peers and faculty, and get to know each other personally, academically, and professionally.
Faculty act as mentors throughout your program to ensure you’re on the right path to meet your career goals. You’ll get to know them through discussions, one-on-one email correspondence, and their individualized feedback on your coursework.
Professional Licensure Disclosure
This program has been identified by George Mason University as one that may lead to a career requiring professional licensure/certification. Federal regulations require Mason to disclose information as to whether this program meets/does not meet the educational requirements for licensure/certification in your state, or whether such a determination has not been made. Please consult our Licensure Disclosure Tool (https://provost.gmu.edu/licensure) for the disclosure statement specific to your desired state/program combination.
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