5-Year Accelerated Masters Program

BA in Applied Linguistics/TESOL with MAT in Childhood Education (Grades 1-6)

Undergraduate Advisor: Professor Dana Calvet
Graduate Advisor: Professors Mary Greiner and Theodore Kesler

With the permission of the advisors (admission is limited to students with a minimum GPA of 3.5), four (4) graduate courses may be taken in place of the regular undergraduate courses in Year 3 and Year 4 of the Applied Linguistics: TESOL BA. You therefore complete your masters a year earlier and at a lower cost.


Undergraduate Courses

  • LCD 101. Introduction to Language
  • LCD 102. Analyzing Language
  • LCD 120. The Syntactic Structure of English I
  • LCD 130. The Sound Structure of English
  • LCD 205. Sociolinguistics
  • LCD 206. Bilingualism
  • LCD 220. The Syntactic Structure of English II
  • LCD 240. Second Language Acquisition and Teaching
  • LCD 241. Methods and Materials of TESOL: Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing (4 cr.)
  • LCD 307. Assessment in TESOL
  • LCD 340. Methods and Materials of TESOL: The Content Areas
  • LCD 341. Student Teaching Internship in TESOL I (5 cr.)
  • LCD 342. Student Teaching Internship in TESOL II (5 cr.)


Graduate Courses taken in Years 3 and 4

  • EECE 702. Social Foundations of Education [Replaces EECE/SEY S201W]
  • EECE 711. Ecological Perspectives on Development: The Childhood Years [Replaces EECE 310W]
  • ECPSE 550. Foundations of Special Education [Replaces ECPSE 350]
  • EECE 520. Language Development and Emergent Literacy [Replaces LCD 312]

To apply: Log into the Accelerated Degrees Online Application System using your QC username and password (CAMS account credentials, not CUNYfirst) to submit an application. You may set up an appointment with Professor Calvet here.

NOTE: Students applying to the program must receive approval from a Graduate Adviser no later than one week before the beginning of the semester. Late enrollment in graduate classes is not allowed. Enrollment is subject to availability in the graduate classes.