Allows you to view recorded classroom lectures, access course materials, submit assignments and take exams at the time of day and place of your choice. You are not required to come to campus at any time.
Begins every Fall (August) and Summer (May) Semester.
Offers affordable, in-state tuition for all online courses regardless of where you live!
Top-Notch Faculty from the UND College of Education & Human Development
Learn from highly qualified faculty with doctoral degrees and extensive experience in teaching English as a second language to immigrant, refugee, and Native American populations in the United States and to children and adults overseas.
Benefit from a diverse faculty who have taught or served as administrators in a variety of English as a Second Language (ESL) programs, including a university-based Intensive English program, the Peace Corps, and training programs for international TESOL teachers.
Gain practical experience from faculty who work closely with schools and state government to develop appropriate standards, assessments, and policies for K-12 ELL education and ESL students.
Experience strong one-on-one interaction with instructors who are committed to distance learning and your success.