ETAP programs include teacher preparation in key academic subjects and advanced study and research in areas relevant to curriculum, instruction, and instructional technology. Programs at the masters and doctoral levels provide specializations in Language and Literacies, Instructional Technology, Science and Mathematics Education, and Studies in Learning and Teaching. More general programs of study are available including post-masters certificates in a path toward lifelong professional development. All areas of study are designed to enhance understanding and expertise within each field in light of current theory and practice.
ETAP offers programs at the masters, certificate, doctoral and post-doctoral levels.
Combined Baccalaureate-Masters Degree Program
Qualified undergraduates may apply for admission to the combined B.A. Linguistics/M.S. in Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) non-certification program and, if accepted, simultaneously work toward completion of the requirements for both undergraduate and graduate degrees. See Combined Baccalaureate-Masters Degree Programs.
ETAP also offers opportunities for qualified individuals to engage in post-doctoral work of a scholarly nature. The post-doctoral associate's work will coincide with the expertise of one or more faculty members and thus foster collegial interactions among participants as well as to further knowledge within the field of inquiry.