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TESOL Program Advising

Below are links to Advising Sheets that list degree requirements for all of the four TESOL program options. These can be used as a guide to identify courses and other requirements needed to complete each TESOL program. However, students are strongly encouraged to meet with a TESOL faculty member to create their program plan. The actual program of study may differ depending on the preparation of the study and other factors. The Advising Sheets also assume readiness for each course and completion of any pre-requisites. Students should also use the Advisement Report (AR) in WINGS and work closely with their faculty advisor(s) to ensure declaration of the TESOL program major/minor and completion of all requirements in a timely manner. Review course descriptions or the class timetable for course offering information each semester.

Advising Sheets

TESOL contact

Heather Linville  Profile of Heather Linville

320 Morris Hall

Specialty areas:

Dr. Linville's main research areas are digital storytelling as translanguaging, advocacy for English learners (ELs), language teacher education, and language ideologies.