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Anaheim University

Location: 1240 State College Blvd. #110, Anaheim, CA, 92806, USA

Phone: 1-800-955-6040

Anaheim University offers online Certificates in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) and TEYL (Teaching English to Young Learners) as well as an online Master of Arts in TESOL.

Anaheim University is a fully accredited California-based university. The Anaheim University TESOL Certificate program was designed by Anaheim University Dean and world-renowned linguist Dr. David Nunan and can be completed wholly online from anywhere in the world in just 15 weeks. The Certificate was designed for new teachers of English, experienced English teaching professionals, native and non-native English speaking teachers of English, teachers of English to children and adults, and teachers in public and private schools.

The Anaheim University Online Master of Arts (MA) in TESOL degree program is a 2 year program that can be completed online from anywhere in the world with two 4-day residential sessions. The program is taught entirely by Dr. David Nunan, Dr. Rod Ellis, Dr. Kathleen Bailey, Dr. Ruth Wajnryb and Dr. Martha Cummings who are five of the world's most renowned linguists and acclaimed authors whose work has been published by Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, Thomson Publishing, Prentice-Hall, Longman, and McGraw-Hill publishers, among others. Dr. David Nunan, Vice-President of Anaheim University and Dean of the AU School of Education is the world's leading textbook series author with worldwide sales exceeding 1 billion texts. Both Dr. Nunan and Dr. Kathleen Bailey are former Presidents of TESOL, the world's largest language teaching organization, and the AU School of Education Chair Dr. Rod Ellis was awarded the Duke of Edinburgh prize for the best book in applied linguistics for his Oxford University Press classic The Study of Second Language Acquisition.

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