M.Ed. TESOL FAQs

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  • For more information regarding the M.Ed. in TESOL, please contact Dr. Linda Evans, the program coordinator, at levans39@kennesaw.edu.

  • Review of applications takes several weeks and begins after the application deadline has been reached. You will receive an email from the graduate school notifying you of your acceptance. In that email you will also receive information about proving your US citizenship, orientation detail and registration instructions. After this, a formal letter will be sent to your home address detailing your acceptance as well.

  • You are able to transfer up to 9 credit hours of course work based upon review and approval by the program coordinator. This coursework cannot be older than 5 years.

  • To determine if you are eligible for financial aid, please visit http://graduate.kennesaw.edu/admissionsfor information relating to options available for graduate students. Since TESOL is a critical shortage area, you may also be interested in learning more about the TEACH grants. Please contact Donna Tuitt, KSU Graduate Financial Aid Coordinator, at 678-797-2044, for more information.

  • If the recommended program of study is followed, candidates will finish the program in five semesters.

  • The M.Ed. is a fully online program; therefore, you can access course content at your convenience.

  • Information regarding current tuition and fees can be found by visiting http://fiscalservices.kennesaw.edu/bursar/tuition-fees/tuition-fees.php.

  • In each of the first two semesters of the program three courses are taken. During the remaining three semesters only two courses are taken at a time.

  • No.

  • If your undergraduate degree was in a field other than education you would not be eligible for the M.Ed. program. However, you would be eligible to enroll in the MAT program instead.

  • Yes, you do need a valid teaching certificate in order to be accepted in to the program.

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