Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey
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The Language Program Administration (LPA) program can be completed as a stand-alone certificate or as a specialization in specific Master's degree programs.

Language Program Administration (LPA)

MIIS students enrolled in the MATESOL, MATFL, or IEM programs have the opportunity to specialize in Language Program Administration. Students in other programs with extensive language teaching experience or language education coursework may also be eligible. To work successfully as a language program administrator you will need professional skills such as developing budgets and monitoring expenses, training teachers and aides, and evaluating program effectiveness.

Middlebury-Monterey: MA in Chinese

MA in Teaching Chinese

TESOL student Tammy Wik teaches local high school students a new foreign language during International Education Day at the Institute. Photo by sarspri.

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The Middlebury MA in Chinese with a focus on Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language is offered through Middlebury Language Schools. It includes one year of course work in the MA in Teaching Foreign Language (TFL) program at Monterey.

Middlebury's MA in Teaching Chinese

Students may elect to participate in the Middlebury Institute Option for this degree and pursue one year of course work in the Teaching Foreign Language (TFL) program at the Institute.

Reference Books:

  • An Atlas of Middle Eastern Affairs, DS63.1.A535 2010
  • The Encyclopedia of Middle East Wars: The United States in the Persian Gulf, Afghanistan, and Iraq Conflicts, DS63.1.E453 2010
  • The United States in the Middle East: A Historical Dictionary, DS63.2.U5S384 1988

 

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We prepare graduates of the Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) and Teaching Foreign Language (TFL) master's programs for successful careers as teachers and administrators.

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Where Are Our Alumni One Year After Graduation?

Population Surveyed: May, August, December 2014 Graduates
Survey Response Rate: 60%
Employed:
90%

Percentages based on alumni employed or actively seeking employment. Alumni who are not seeking employment for reasons such as continuing their education, postponing their search etc. have been excluded.

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