Carroll College TESOL Degree Program
Carroll College is a liberal arts college located in Helena, MT. It is a private Catholic liberal arts college.
Founded in 1909, the school was originally called Mount St. Charles College. The name was changed to Carroll College in 1932.
Students who are enrolled in the Bachelor’s degree program in TESOL have the option of completing the requirements for a K-12 license, which increases their career options after graduation. A person who is enrolled in the BA TESOL program will take the following types of courses:
- Comparative Religions
- Educational Psychology
- English Grammar
- European Studies
- Foundations of Eduction
- General and Developmental Psychology
- History of Modern Latin America
- History of the English Language
- History of Russia
- Intercultural Communication
- Introduction to East Asia
- Introduction to Linguistics
- Islam: Philosophy and Culture
- Latin American Studies
- Measurement and Assessment
- Methods in TESOL Listening/Speaking
- Methods in TESOL Reading/Writing
- Oriental Philosophy
- World Geography
- World Literature
Students interested in enrolling in this program must have achieved a grade point average of at least 2.5 in high school. SAT or ACT scores are required as part of the application process, along with official transcripts from high school and college, if applicable.
Graduates from this program can find work abroad or in the United States. This program is a good fit for people who want to combine teaching with travel. Part of the program offered by Carroll College is a study abroad component. Some students who are enrolled in this program go on to work with refugees or immigrants. Others specialize in working in specialized programs in corporations, government agencies, or educational institutions. The employment outlook for graduates with a BA in TESOL is very good, since there is a growing demand for people qualified to teach ESL.
Applications to Carroll University are accepted year-round. To be considered for the fall semester, application materials must be submitted by November 15 for a non-binding early decision. The regular deadline application deadline is February 15, and prospective students have until April 1 to apply to Carroll University for admission in the fall.