UAFS-College of Communication, Languages, Arts, and Social Sciences-Minor-Teaching English as a Second Language 2021-2022 Catalog
IDN: ______________________________ Printed Name: ________________________________________
Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL)-Minor Code: A029
See your advisor to declare your minor
The prerequisites and corequisites of the degree requirements are subject to change.
Required 12 hours of core courses:
ENGL/FORL 4313 Second and Foreign Language Teaching Methods 3 Hours Grade_____
ENGL/FORL 4323 Second Language Acquisition 3 Hours Grade_____
ENGL/FORL 4333 Second Language Assessment 3 Hours Grade_____
ENGL 4353/FORL 4343 Teaching People of Other Cultures 3 Hours Grade_____
Select six hours from the following:
ENGL 3003 History and Development of the English Language 3 Hours Grade_____
ENGL 3663 English Grammar 3 Hours Grade_____
ENGL/FORL 130V Language and Culture 3 Hours Grade_____
ENGL/FORL 2503 Language and Society 3 Hours Grade_____
ENGL/FORL 3503 Languages of the World 3 Hours Grade_____
FREN 2303 Intermediate French I or higher 3 Hours Grade_____
GERM 2303 Intermediate German I or higher 3 Hours Grade_____
MCOM 4203 Intercultural Communication 3 Hours Grade_____
SPAN 2303 Intermediate Spanish I or higher 3 Hours Grade_____
Total Hours: 18
Transfer Course Information
The Arkansas Course Transfer System (ACTS) contains information about the transferability of courses within Arkansas public colleges
and universities. Students are guaranteed the transfer of applicable credits and the equitable treatment of the application of credits
for the admissions and degree requirements. Courses transferability is not guaranteed for courses listed in ACTS as "No Comparable
Courses." ACTS-Arkansas Course Transfer System
-select Course Transfer. See Acceptance of Transfer Credits
section of the current academic catalog for a complete list of transfer provisions.
Student Degree Program Requirements.
A student’s degree program requirements are those specified in the catalog in effect at the time of declaration of program minor.
Students must meet the above program requirements and the graduation requirements as indicated by institutional and college
policy. The program can be changed only with the approval of the official advisor. If original courses are eliminated, students may be
required to meet new curriculum requirements in the degree program. If students are not enrolled for two or more consecutive terms
(excluding summer terms), they must re-enter under the program requirements of the current catalog. Students are responsible for
understanding program requirements and changes. This document is not official until signed and dated by both the student and an
authorized university representative.
Student Signature ______________________________________________ Date _________________________
Advisor Signature _______________ _______________________________ Date _________________________