teaching English to speakers of other languages curriculum

The following text is taken from The University of Findlay's undergraduate catalog.
 
A major in teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL) consists of a minimum of 45 semester hours. Students will take 21 hours in core courses which include: BLMC 200, 210, 280, 300, 310, 320, and 480. The remaining 24 hours will be selected from the following: BLMC 180, 240, 343, 410, 430, 495; ENIN 450; FREN 343; JAPN 350; COMM 216, 218, 340; ENGL 130, 150, 202, 208, 235, 272, 324, 331, 332, 338, 339, 340.

A minor in international/intercultural studies consists of COMM 218; BLMC 240, 270; three semester hours of foreign language (including American Sign Language); and six hours of elective courses. Courses in any field can be counted as electives as long as the course has an international/intercultural component. Students should contact the chair of the Department of Language and Culture about their choice of elective courses. Approval of course selection will be made by the Department of Language and Culture. Sample electives include BUAD 350, EDUC 151, BLMC 330, COMM 340, ANTH 210, or GEOG 200.

A minor in second language education for a foreign language or TESOL major consists of BLMC 200, 210, 280, EDUC 161, 260, and SPED 134.