Teacher Education Department
If you’re interested in working with people who speak other languages, the TESOL minor will prepare you to teach English as a second language in local, national and international educational contexts, no matter what your major.This minor will require extra coursework which, combined with field placement opportunities, will provide a deeper understanding of the English language, the needs of diverse learners, and how design and teach the English language.
For more information, please review the requirements in the course catalog or contact:
Dr. Lorien Schuldt
Education & Business Hall (EBH), Room 250
Your first step will be to meet with an Admissions Counselor, who can help with initial course planning. At this time, the FLC Registrar will review your transcript to determine which credits from your prior school can transfer here. To research what courses will be accepted:
When you have been accepted to FLC, you will be assigned a faculty advisor in your first semester. Contact the Teacher Education Department to set up a meeting.