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Learn more about Hamline's Master of Arts in English as a Second Language program.
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Innovative educators who are passionate about teaching English as a second language and want to inspire, challenge, and make a difference in the lives of their students are in demand.
Hamline School of Education's Master of Arts in English as a Second Language provides you with cutting-edge curriculum grounded in current scholarship, preparing you to maximize your students' language development through effective instruction based on the latest ESL techniques.
With a Master of Arts in English as a Second Language from Hamline, you will:
Structure:Evening courses are offered weekly on campus and online during fall, spring, and summer.
Time to Complete:Students taking 8-10 credits a term can complete course work in 4-5 semesters (approximately 1 ½ years), and then have an additional 2 years in which to complete their capstone (thesis).
Program Begins:Fall, spring, and summer terms.
Curriculum:34 to 43 semester credits, varies according to concentration area.
Cost:$405 per credit, for the 2013-2014 academic year.
Capstone Rubric: Initial Meeting
Capstone Rubric: Final Meeting
School of Education Information Session
Meet Andrea Echelberger, a graduate student in Hamline School of Education's MAESL program.
Imagine taking three flights in an eight-seat twin-engine plane, boarding a midnight ferry, then trekking down a stretch of road—just to get to work.
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