In our print Reference Collection:
An Atlas of Middle Eastern Affairs
The Encyclopedia of Middle East Wars: the United States in the Persian Gulf, Afghanistan, and Iraq Conflicts
Historical Dictionary of United States-Middle East Relations
Alumna Adama Abe shares the importance of translation, education and internet technology in her beloved Cameroon.
Jenny Rose Tobin (TESOL '09) explored the power of social networks among international high school students.
“Our worldwide academic director did teacher observations in our school all over the world last summer and told me recently that the MIIS teachers were the best she had seen!”
Operations Manager, EF Language Travel USA
Below is some key information on our alumni based on the May, August & December 2012 Alumni One Year Out Survey:
Design a teacher training program for the language educators at your institution.
Custom Designed Language Teacher Training
A program can be specifically designed with a collaborating educational institution to advance the knowledge and skills of their teachers. Each unique curriculum may include training in language pedagogy, curriculum development, language assessment, second language acquisition, and/or the development of the participants' own English or second language skills.
To inquire about setting up a program, contact us at:
Language Teaching Specializations are available to Master's degree students and as certificates to language teaching professionals seeking additional training.
Language Program Administration (LPA)
Our LPA specialization is not offered by any other TESOL program in the US.
The Language Program Administration specialization prepares students to administer language programs or schools. It includes courses in teacher education and supervision, budgeting, accounting, and marketing.
Combine your master's degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Lanagues (TESOL) with Peace Corps service through the Peace Corps Master's International Program (PCMI).
Peace Corps Master's International (PCMI)
Available to Fall and Spring incoming students, the PCMI program uniquely prepares students to fulfill challenging Peace Corps field assignments in developing countries. While attaining a degree from the Monterey Institute and carrying out the Peace Corps mission, students will apply theoretical knowledge learned in the classroom to real-life teaching and teacher training settings.
Admission to the Monterey Institute is based on your prior academic performance, professional experience and foreign language proficiency.