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Qualified undergraduate English majors at the University of Delaware may choose to apply to the 4+1 in Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) program, which results in a B.A. in English at the end of the fourth year and an M.A. in TESL at the end of the fifth year. The M.A. in TESL program is 33 credits and students can pursue teacher certification during the program. In this nationally accredited 4+1 Program in TESL, students can
The GRE admission requirement is waived for 4+1 program applicants.
For more information, visit the School of Education's 4+1 in TESL webpage or contact Dr. Scott Stevens, M.A. in TESL Program Coordinator, by sending an email or by calling 302-831-2674.
The Master of Public Administration (MPA) prepares students for public management careers linked to government/nonprofit agencies, public advocacy groups, and private sector organizations providing critical services directly related to the public good. The curriculum includes core subjects, area of specialization courses, and an internship experience. The MPA is accredited by the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration (NASPAA).
For more information, visit the School of Public Policy & Administration's 4+1 Programs webpage or contact MPA Program Director Daniel Smith .