Is teaching your calling? An English as a Second Language Degree from Manhattanville College is the best step you can take toward a more fulfilling career. As a working educator, we know it’s important that you are taught by faculty who understand the skills needed to excel in today’s classroom environment. You will receive both a practical and theoretical approach to learning, and you’ll get the personal attention you need to excel. It’s the right time for you to choose Manhattanville College.
Manhattanville’s diverse campus is located a quick 30 minute drive outside of New York City in Westchester County. Having been recognized repeatedly as a leading School of Education and accredited by NCATE, Manhattanville College offers you the opportunity to advance your career or achieve new goals. If you’d prefer to learn in a traditional classroom environment, rather than taking your English as a Second Language Degree classes online, you’ll have no trouble doing so with our flexible study schedules and accessible campus.
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Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages:
Teaching ESL in a K-12 setting offers teachers relative autonomy, opportunities to collaborate, and variety in teaching settings, along with the opportunity to become acquainted with students and families from very diverse cultural backgrounds. Teachers of ESL are advocates for their students and trainers of their colleagues in the mainstream
Our English Second Language Program:
- Eligible undergraduate students may take up to five graduate courses (15 credits) while still paying undergraduate tuition.
- Graduate credits are applied to both the undergraduate and graduate transcripts.
- Students take graduate courses while paying undergraduate tuition.
- Generous transfer credit policy.
- Adult students can earn credit through prior learning and CLEP.
- Discounted tuition.