English is being introduced in education systems all over the world. There is a need for a variety of specialized skills. The concentration in Curriculum Development prepares teachers of ESOL to move into careers involving curriculum development, educational materials design, and program management in local, state, national, or international organizations and agencies, public and private.
The New School Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages with a concentration in Curriculum Development (MATESOL) is designed to raise the standards of trained professionals in the TESOL field and consequently to raise the standards of the profession itself. People in all professions and from all walks of life want to learn English, so there are myriad teaching opportunities in language schools, private organizations and businesses, public schools, colleges, and universities all over the world. The MA in Teaching English requires 30 credit hours to complete.
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