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Teaching English at the Community College (graduate certificate)

If you are admitted to the MA program in English and Humanities, you may elect to embed the curriculum requirements for a graduate certificate in Teaching English at the Community College into your master’s degree coursework. The TECC certificate curriculum prepares you to teach English and Composition in U.S. community colleges and offers you a strong foundational understanding of pedagogical practices shaped by research and reflection.

Admissions Requirements:

Students interested in earning this certificate must be enrolled in the M.A. in English and Humanities program. Application to this certificate program after matriculation requires approval from the student’s advisor and associate dean, and all paperwork must be submitted to the School of Arts and Sciences.

Certificate Requirements

15 credits

  • EN 554 Applied Grammar: Syntactical Structures
  • EN 551 Composition: Theory and Practice
  • EN 561 Topics in College Composition
  • EN 571 Technology for College Literature and Writing
  • EN 690 Practicum
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Graduate Certificate in Teaching English at the Community College / Dr. David Brown, Graduate Director

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Teaching English at the Community College*

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