Teach English in the U.S. or abroad
Earning a Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) Certificate at Marietta College prepares you to teach English to non-native speakers in the U.S. or abroad. This certificate qualifies you to work in an array of educational settings — and it opens a world of possibilities of where you can work.
Students in any major can pursue a TEFL Certificate. Courses in the 18-credit-hour program include foreign language classes as well as language analysis, language teaching pedagogy, language in the social context, and second language acquisition.
Marietta College also offers a robust grant program that helps students afford to study abroad for academic credit and internships. Funds are available for spring and fall semesters abroad and summer sessions.