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Loyola University Chicago

School of Education

M.Ed. in English Language Teaching & Learning

Overview

In a globalizing and diversifying world, teaching and learning of English Language Learners (ELLs) is an integral field of study at any school of education. The demand for well-prepared ELL teachers is evident both in national and international contexts. The program provides comprehensive knowledge on English language teaching and learning, including second language acquisition theories and research, effective and innovative methods of instruction and assessment, and comprehensive knowledge about language, linguistics, language policy, and more. Candidates will leave the program with extensive knowledge and skills to meet the needs of linguistically diverse students in multiple contexts, including mainstream and English as a Second Language (ESL) classrooms at the P-12 levels, ESL with adult learners in the university or community college or organization context, and English as a foreign language (EFL) in the international context. This program offers both part- and full-time programs of study, which allows full-time students the option to complete coursework in one academic year.  In addition to the Masters degree, Illinois licensed teachers will complete the program with the necessary coursework to fulfill the English as a Second Language (ESL) endorsement. Students also have the option of pursuing only the ESL endorsement.

Cohort Options:

Tuition varies based on the cohort and location selection.

Non-Cohort Option:

The Teaching and Learnin Program Distinguished Alumnus/a Award is given for outstanding contributions to the profession and the school. It is presented annually at the Loyola School of Education’s Fall Alumni Reception.

Loyola

School of Education
820 N. Michigan Ave., Lewis Towers 11th Floor
Chicago, IL 60611
312.915.6800 ยท SchlEduc@luc.edu

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