Master of Arts in Teaching English as a Second Language(TESL)

33 학점 이수 | 2 Years | 선수과목 요구안내 자료 보기

UCO College of Liberal Arts의 M.A. TESL(Teaching English as a Second Language) 과정은 효과적인 ESL Teaching 프로그램으로서 ESL 교육 전문가가 되기 위한 최적의 프로그램입니다. 이를 위해 UCO M.A. TESL은 체계적이고 세분화된 커리큘럼을 통해 영어 교육에 필요한 TESL theory, methodology, language structure와 TESL Practicum 등을 제공하고 있습니다. UCO TESL M.A.는 미국 National NCATE/TESOL, Oklahoma ESL Teacher Competencies 및 UCO's College of Education Conceptual Framework의 회원으로 입니다.

TESL Practicum을 통해 유치원부터 성인에 이르기까지 다양한 연령대에 학생들을 지도할 수 있는 기회를 가지게 됩니다. 영어 교육 시 고려되어야 하는 문화적 다양성은 물론 특수한 환경에 놓인 학생들을 가르치는 교육법도 체험하게 됩니다.

TESL M.A. 과정은 수료하기 위해서는 총 33학점을 이수해야 합니다. 학부에서 영어관련 과목을 15학점 이상 이수하지 못한 사람은 석사과정 중 학부 선수과목을 추가로 이수해야 합니다. UCO와 학점교류가 체결된 국내 TESOL Certificate 과정(숙명여대, 성균관대, 한양대, 부산외대 등) 수료자는 학부 선수과목과 석사과정 중 9학점까지 인정받을 수 있습니다. 따라서 학부에서 영어관련 전공을 하고 국내 TESOL Certificate 수료한 자는 총 24학점을 수료하고 3학기 안에 석사학위를 취득할 수 있습니다.
* 국내 테솔 수료 시점과 UCO 테솔 졸업 시기를 모두 고려하여 국내 테솔의 학점 인정 여부는 달라지며 학점 인정의 최종 결정은 UCO Graduate Admission 에서 합니다.

지원자격은 학사학위 이상 소지자로 최종 3,4학년 평균성적(GPA)이 3.0/4.0 이상이면 됩니다. 영어력은 iBT TOEFL 79 이상 또는 IELTS 6.5 이상을 요구합니다. 우수한 성적과 TOEFL/IELTS 성적을 갖춘 지원자는 UCO 장학금을 받을 수 있습니다.



Course Prefix Course No. Course Title
ENG 5343 Linguistics
ENG 5413 TESL Grammar



Course Prefix Course No. Course Title
ENG 5900 Practicum in TESL
TESL 5313 Testing & Evaluation
TESL 5763 Second Language Acquisition
TESL 5783 Teaching English as a Second Language



Course Prefix Course No. Course Title
PTE 5013 Foundations of Educational Research



With Program Advisor Approval



Course Prefix Course No. Course Title
ENG 5803 TESL Portfolio


교수진 안내

Dr. Amy Carrell

Amy Carrell is the current director of Graduate Studies in the English Department. She, a native of Indiana, came to UCO in August 1993 with a Ph.D. from Purdue University. Her doctoral dissertation combines linguistic theory with rhetorical theory and applies them to humor research. The end result is an audience-based theory of verbal humor. Her M.A. is in rhetoric and composition, also from Purdue.

Dr. Carrell is the current (1996-1997) president of the International Society for Humor Studies (ISHS) and chair of the 1997 ISHS conference (July 8-13), the first ISHS conference on North American soil since 1994.

She is also the organizer and director of the International Humor Studies Seminar. The second Seminar will immediately follow the ISHS conference. William F. Fry (Stanford University) and Rod Martin (University of Western Ontario) will serve as the primary faculty for the 1997 Seminar (July 14-25).

In addition, she is on the board of consulting editors of HUMOR: International Journal of Humor Research. She has presented papers at regional, national, and international conferences, has collaborated on a psychological testing instrument (with Willibald Ruch, Gabriele Koehler, and Lambert Deckers), and has published in various journals and volumes.

On campus, Dr. Carrell teaches courses in linguistics, composition, technical writing, advanced grammar, English as a second language, British literature, and humor research. She is also a Fulbright and Rhodes Student Program advisor and a member of the International Studies Program committee.


Dr. Catherine Webster

Catherine Webster, Ph.D., has served as the dean of the College of Liberal Arts since 2016. She led the UCO Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultural Studies for three years as department chair, where she holds the rank of professor of French. Prior to pursuing her doctorate, Webster held positions in a variety of student affairs roles, including dean of First-Year Students at Barnard College and assistant director of New Student Orientation at the University of Kansas.

Webster is committed to the Liberal Arts experience and to promoting the study of the Humanities and the Social Sciences. She supports faculty and student collaborative and interdisciplinary efforts and promotes the college at events and activities both on and off campus.

Born in New Jersey, she grew up in Connecticut, not far from New York City, which became her home at 17 years olf and where she lived, studied and worked for more than 20 years. Her academic career, which includes both faculty and student affair roles at various colleges and universities, let her to live in Lawrence, Kansas; Paris, France; and, Asheville, North Carolina, before moving to the Oklahoma City metro.

Dean Webster lives in downtown Oklahoma City with her husband, Bill Dycus, her son Thayer Dycus, and two rival cats. Her daughter, Meredith Dycus, attends college in New York City (the apple did not fall from the Big Apple). In her spare time, Dean Webster practices Bikram Yoga and is a member of the Irish Music trio, Whiskey and Pie.