Dr. Ofelia Nikolova, Head, Department of Modern and Classical Languages
Room 1306, West Hall
The English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Endorsement provides credentials to teach English as a second language in Georgia. An ESOL endorsement can be pursued by undergraduate or graduate students working toward or possessing certification in any teaching field or in the service field of communication disorders (speech and language pathology). An individual in any other service field or in the leadership field must have established a teaching field in order to pursue the ESOL endorsement. An individual with a permit in foreign language is also eligible to add the ESOL endorsement.
|Requirements for the ESOL Endorsement|
|ESOL 6010||Applied Linguistics for ESOL Teachers||3|
|ESOL 6020||Cultural Perspectives for ESOL Teachers||3|
|ESOL 6030||Methods and Materials for Teaching ESOL||3|