Upon graduation*, the student will receive a Diploma, Transcript and registered 120-hour TESOL certificate.
The Bachelor of Principles and Methods of Language Education degree program is a 120-credit hour undergraduate degree program which takes the student between 3 to 4 years to complete depending on course load. This degree program consists of 40 courses preselected by USILACS; however, although all courses with this degree program are identical by name and number, individual research projects, assignments within courses, experience and paper assignments, and exams do differ based upon which minor a student selects.
Graduates of this program will develop the skills needed to become on-line English teachers, TESOL instructors, traditional in-school language teachers, international travel guides, and many others.
The base courses are designed to educate on the broad variety of liberal art subjects which are expected of an American undergraduate program. Base courses include subjects such as humanities, social science, creative arts, literature, English, math, public speaking, music, history, and religion.
Building on the base courses, the Bachelor of Principles and Methods Language Education undergraduate degree program builds valuable skills in fields such as syntax of language, education, online teaching, language, communications, foreign language, and other areas needed to become skilled in the field. The program also includes 120-Hour TESOL Certification.
This program utilizes extensive use of hands-on experience in many subjects. Students will gain actual real-life experience in subjects such as public speaking, effective presentations, sales, morals, ethics, counseling, etiquette, and one-on-one teaching skills. Many of our courses will require students to act, give speeches, presentations, and demonstrations in front of large and small groups.
The program leading to the degree of Bachelor of Principles and Methods of Language Education has the following objectives:
- To enable students to develop specialized knowledge in the exciting and exacting field of language education.
- To enable students to acquire the theoretical and practical skills needed to become skilled in the exciting field of language education and its’ related specialties.
- To enable students to receive a broad liberal education in the arts and letters, social sciences and philosophy, natural science, computer applications and mathematics.
- To enable students to obtain a broad education that includes many of the concepts and ideas related to Principles and Methods of Language Education.
- To enable students to develop the clerical sensitivity, ethical responsibility, and social consciousness needed to become upright citizens of the country where they live, and to be able to transmit the same to their future customers and fellow coworkers.
- In this Bachelor program the major is Principles and Methods of Language Education; however, USILACS allows students to select from the following minors.
- Online Education
- Preschool Education
- Primary School Education
- Secondary School Education
- School Administration
- Language Education
- Counseling in Education
Graduates of the Bachelor of Principles and Methods of Language Education undergraduate degree program are able to pursue employment related to the exciting and exacting field of language education, such as on-line English teachers, TESOL instructors, School Administrators, traditional in-school language teachers, and many others, as well as a host of other language related fields.
BACHELOR OF PRINCIPLES AND METHODS OF LANGUAGE EDUCATION
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* Graduation is defined as having completed, and passed all 40 course exams, and having fully paid any outstanding balances on your student account. NOTE: Students with unpaid balances on their account will only be issued scanned copies of their Diploma, Transcript, and non-registered TESOL certificates, watermarked as UNOFFICIAL. When all outstanding balances are paid in full, official documents will be mailed.
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