Bachelor of Arts Applied Linguistics: TESOL
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
Coordinator: David Catterick
FacultyDavid Catterick, PhD
Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics: TESOL
Sandra Catterick, MA
Practicum Supervisor in Applied Linguistics: TESOL
Darren Gordon, EdD (Cand.)
Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics and Modern Languages
The BA Applied Linguistics: TESOL requires 45 credit hours of major requirements, including 6 credit hours of cognate language requirements. Like most Briercrest programs, the BA Applied Linguistics: TESOL requires 39 credit hours of 300+ course work within the context of a 120 credit hour degree.
Graduates of the BA Applied Linguistics: TESOL will be able to:
- Demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of the grammatical structure and phonological system of the English language.
- Critically appropriate a range of methodological approaches to evidence teaching skills commensurate with TESL Canada Professional Standard Two certification.
- Formulate ethical, context-sensitive approaches for English language instruction in a variety of settings.
I. Required (39 credit hours):
COMM 200 Intercultural Communication
LING 105 Introduction to TESOL
LING 120 TESOL Practicum I
LING 220 English Grammar
LING 221 Language Teaching Methodology
LING 222 Second Language Acquisition
LING 320 TESOL Practicum II
LING 321 English Language Skills in TESOL
LING 322 Linguistics: Phonology
LING 323 Materials Development
LING 420 Ethics in TESOL
LING 427 TESOL Internship
LING 429 Professional Issues in TESOL
Note: You must achieve a minimum of 65 per cent in each required LING course in order to progress in the program.
II. Cognate Modern Language Requirement (6 credit hours):
6 credit hours of a modern language
III. Free Electives (to bring credit hour total to 120 credit hours)
PRT 400 Senior Portfolio (non-credit)
SL 1-6 Service and Experiential Learning (non-credit)
In addition, all Bachelor of Arts degrees require the completion of Briercrest's core curriculum.