TESOL/Anthropology Certificate in Culture and Language Teaching

StudentDiverse Hawai‘i has gained a reputation as a living study in cross-cultural communication and interaction. Though dozens of different languages may be spoken in homes and workplaces around Hawai‘i, English is the lingua franca. Language in Hawai‘i is often the topic of discussion and concern in the media, in political arenas, and certainly in schools at all levels. The Certificate in Culture and Language Learning (CCLL) examines not only the relationship between language and culture but strives to augment the knowledge and teaching skills of the student seeking to know more about English as one of the languages most spoken around the world. Particularly relevant to majors in Social Work, Communication (Speech, Theater, Visual Communication), Human Services, Journalism, Literature, Psychology, Public Relations, Social Science, and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages.

 

Certificate Requirements

For more information about our TESOL programs, contact the Program Chairs at <tesol@hpu.edu>