This joint degree program combines the best of TESOL (Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages) and linguistics, allowing students to consider language development at its most basic and complex levels.
You will work with faculty members who have diverse research interests, including endangered languages in Mexico.
• Megumi Hamada
• Mai Kuha
• Carolyn MacKay
• Elizabeth Riddle
• Mary Theresa Seig
• Lynne Stallings
• Frank Trechsel
• Mary Lou Vercellotti
Learn more about how to apply to the MA in TESOL and Linguistics at Ball State.
Depending on the nature of the student’s research, the student may also be advised to take one or more courses in experimental design and statistics in addition to other course work.
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