Course Syllabus

Course: TESL 2700

Division: Humanities
Department: Teach English as Second Lang
Title: Job Search Resources

Semester Approved: Spring 2015
Five-Year Review Semester: Spring 2020
End Semester: Spring 2021

Catalog Description: This course is intended for students nearing the end of their professional training in TSFL. It will provide information about and practice in the process of finding rewarding work in the field of language teaching, particularly overseas.

Semesters Offered: Spring
Credit/Time Requirement: Credit: 1; Lecture: 1; Lab: 0
Clock/Hour Requirements: 0

Prerequisites: N/A

Corequisites: N/A


Justification: The process of finding a job in the field of language teaching, particularly an overseas position, is one which requires knowledge and use of resources not commonly available. This course, which is unique among language teaching programs, will present those resources and other related information, as a body of knowledge which the students can use to secure meaningful employment at the completion of the TSFL program. It is an important part of our obligation to our students to make this kind of information more readily available to them. This course is a requirement for the Teaching Second and Foreign Languages emphasis.


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Maximum Class Size: 20
Optimum Class Size: 12