Locations and Schedules
The courses for TESOL Certification Pathway: Additional Classroom Teaching Certificate are offered at Molloy's Rockville Centre and Suffolk Center locations. There are also courses offered at various school districts and teacher's centers on Long Island.
Courses are offered throughout the year and although they may be listed as, "Fall", "Spring" or "Summer" they do not follow the traditional semester schedule. Courses are scheduled based upon need and therefore, we will start a course whenever there is sufficient need.
Most of the courses offered during the fall and spring semesters are given in a hybrid format with 15 hours of in-class instruction, 15 hours of online work and additional assignments that will require teachers to use strategies and research concepts learned in class and online that would necessitate a minimum of an additional 15 hours to complete satisfactorily, for a total of 45 contact hours of instruction for each 3-credit course. The classes are typically offered in an accelerated format for 3 Saturdays from 8:30 a.m. - 2:05 p.m. with a few sessions conducted online in-between the 3 classroom sessions. However, we have also offered courses during the weekdays, typically from 5-8 p.m. for 5 weeknights. The fall schedule usually comes out in March and the spring schedule usually comes out in November.
We have also started offering totally online courses this spring (EDU 514) and the schedule will also be listed on the web page. We intend to offer more of the courses in the program online in the upcoming year. All of the courses, including the EDU 543 course, are offered during the summer. The courses offered during the summer are either offered on an intensive one-week classroom format, Monday-Thursday from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. each day, during late June, July and early August or on our hybrid or totally online formats. The summer schedule usually comes out in March.
Click here for TESOL course offerings, There are a number of ways to search for the course, but usually the fastest is to follow these steps:
1. Under "Term" there will be drop down. Look for the term that the course is offered, such as "2018 Spring", and "institutes Professional Dev".
2. You can further refine the search by going under, "Course Number Range" and in the two drop downs select the course number, such as"514".
3. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click, "Search". All the course sections for that course offered in that term will appear.
Questions? Contact Shawn Gordon at 516.323.3115 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.