Bachelor of Arts in Clerical Education – TESOL




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Program Description:

This program equips graduates with the requisite skills to achieve certification as a TESOL instructor. TESOL, an acronym for Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, integrates what were previously known as TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) and TESL (Teaching English as a Second Language).

Upon successful completion of the program, each graduate will be awarded a Diploma, Transcript, and a registered 120-hour TESOL certificate.

Career Path:

Graduates from the Bachelor of Arts in Clerical Education – TESOL undergraduate degree program can seek employment opportunities within the TESOL and language education sectors. This includes roles such as TESOL instructors, TESOL consultants, cruise ship TESOL specialists, educators, counselors, or online English teachers.

Nondiscrimination Policy:

The United States Institute of Language and Clerical Studies, Inc. welcomes students irrespective of race, color, national, and ethnic origin, granting them all rights and privileges across programs and activities as typically afforded. The institute upholds a policy of non-discrimination in managing its educational and admissions policies, as well as scholarship, loan programs, and other school-administered activities.

Graduation Definition and Document Issuance:

Graduation is defined as the successful completion and passing of all 40 course exams, with all dues settled. Students with outstanding balances will receive only scanned, watermarked copies of their Diploma, Transcript, and non-registered TESOL certificates marked as UNOFFICIAL. Upon full payment of all balances, official documents will be dispatched.