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Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Educational Technology Certificate



The online certificate in TESOL-Educational Technology focuses on the key concepts teacher candidates need to effectively integrate technology into Teaching English for Speakers of Other Language (TESOL) and discover current and future trends in TESOL and educational technology, along with strategies for implementing these trends in diverse domestic and international community contexts. This certificate program is available fully online, giving candidates the flexibility to take classes from nearly anywhere in the world. This 18-credit certificate program can be completed in one academic year in conjunction with another master's program, or on its own as a stand-alone program.

Special Notes

EDA6271: Technology and Educational Leadership (3 credits) can be substituted for EME5403 Technology in Education (3 credits).

Select credits from this program may later be applied toward the master's program in curriculum and instruction/TESOL concentration or instructional technology.

All certificate courses can be applied for teacher recertification in all fields.

Certificate programs are not eligible for financial aid. Please visit the Department of Financial Aid for more information regarding eligibility.

Application Deadlines

Fall Term . . . . . . . . August 1
Spring Term . . . . . December 1
Summer Term . . . April 15

Graduate Program Director

Dr. Carolyn Ali-Khan
Co-Director, Associate Professor
(904) 620-2611
Building 57, Room 2324
Dr. Terry Cavanaugh
Advisor/Co-Director Instructional Technology, Professor
(904) 620-3875
Building 57, Room 3412

The following items must be submitted no later then the deadline posted above. Incomplete applications with outstanding requirements, or those post-marked after the posted deadline, are subject to cancellation. Once an application has been canceled, the decision can not be reversed. Applicants may apply for the next application cycle.

  • UNF admission application
  • Application fee
  • If applicable, collection holds and judicial holds must be cleared
  • All of the below university and program requirements
  • University Requirements
    • A baccalaureate degree from an accepted institutional accreditor, or its equivalent from a foreign institution, with a GPA of 3.0 or higher in all work attempted in the last 60 credit hours of undergraduate study.
    • Transcripts, and foreign evaluations if applicable, from all post-secondary institutions attended. Admitted students will be prompted to provide official copies.