What advisable undergraduate course should I take so that I could take TESOL for my post-graduate degree?
One which will not only open my way for TESOL, but will also benefit me with my TESOL in the future?
You can do MBA after Graduation.
MBA is good carrier option for you.
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There are many different options for undergraduate degrees that go well with a TESOL graduate degree. Here are some ideas:
Education An undergraduate degree in education teaches you professional teaching strategies that will definitely be helpful in an ESOL classroom. Some education degrees include teacher certification as part of the program, so you'll be prepared to enter U.S. public schools when you graduate. Depending on your state, you may need a separate certification in TESOL before you can teach in that area.
International studies Any type of international studies degree can make you more aware of different cultures, which will be invaluable to you in an ESOL classroom. If you plan on teaching in a certain country, you might want to look for a degree that emphasizes that culture if you can find one.
Foreign language An ability to speak a foreign language can help you a great deal in the ESOL classroom. If you want to teach in U.S. public schools, Spanish should probably be your first choice, although other languages might be useful as well depending on your region. If you want to teach abroad, study the language of the country you're interested in. If you can, study abroad there for a semester to increase your fluency.
Anthropology Anthropology is the study of culture, and an understanding of different cultures can help you understand your students. Choose a program that focuses on modern cultures rather than ancient ones.
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