Graduate Programs in
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
"One of the best decisions I’ve ever made."
—Melody Noll, SIT MA Teaching Alumna, ESL/EFL Instructor, Consultant, and Teacher Trainer, Ameritalk
Get your MA in TESOL from a pioneer in the field of teacher training.
Choose Between Two Degree Formats
Master of Arts in TESOL, On Campus
Through the full-time program, students can complete their degree in just one year. This means you pay less in tuition and start teaching sooner. The program begins in September, concludes in May, and culminates with a portfolio of learning. Learn more about the MA in TESOL, On Campus.
Master of Arts in TESOL, Low Residency
This distance-learning program offers current teachers SIT’s highly regarded TESOL graduate education—grounded in reflective practice and experiential learning—through a remote format. Students complete the majority of coursework online while staying in their current jobs and communities and enjoy two short-term (3-week) summer sessions on SIT’s beautiful campus in Vermont. Learn more about MA in TESOL, Low Residency.
Both programs lead to the same degree and include similar courses. All students develop a practice of reflection, learn through experience, and are able to situate their work in a global context. Learning is balanced in the domains of knowledge, skills, attitude, and awareness in the context of language.
|Why Choose SIT for your Master of Arts in TESOL?
SIT graduate programs utilize an experiential and reflective approach to learning developed over 80 years. SIT’s MA in teaching program has engaged in cohort-based teacher education for more than 40 years and is the oldest and largest of its kind. SIT faculty are leaders in the field of TESOL education.
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