English teaching job requirements in Lebanon and abroad.
If you have a formal teaching qualification such as English Literature or Linguistics (for example, you majored or have a master’s degree in education) you’re a great fit for English teaching jobs in Lebanese schools. Yet, in a high reputable schools or Universities, they require internationally acknowledged teaching certificates such as: TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) /TEFL or CELTA (Cambridge Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults).
What if we can acquire both?
Our new newly certified English program comprises three components: Literature-Teaching –Language. You will have three equal components of literature, teaching and Language courses plus a CELTA (Cambridge Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults).
Now that AUT has an MOU with the University of Cambridge, the CELTA will be held on one of AUT’s campuses and implemented by the University of Cambridge in Lebanon.
This way our new English BA program has encompassed both a BA in English components and an internationally recognize English teaching qualification.
This qualification allows you to work in all reputable universities and in prestigious institutes and universities in the Middle East.
English Language and Literature (110 Credits)
|General Education Requirements||26 credits|
|Group A : Language and Communication (10 credits)|
|ENG||203||English Communication I||3|
|ENG||204||English Communication II||3||ENG203|
|Group B : General Business & Humanities (7 credits)|
|BUS||201||Foundations in Business||3|
|HUM||212||AUT Cultural Plus||1|
|HUM||318||Human Rights||3||ENG 203|
|Group C : Arts & Social Sciences (3 credits)|
|POL||202||Globalization and Political Change||3||ENG 203|
|SOC||202||Justice, Society and Gender||3||ENG 203|
|Group D : Mathematics, Science and Technology (3 credits)|
|NTR||201||Introduction to Nutrition||3||ENG 203|
|Group E : Health and Physical Education (3 credits)|
|HLT||200||First Aid and Safety||2|
|Major Core Requirements||78 credits|
|ENG||202||Introduction to Literary Genre||3||ENG203|
|ENG||207||Morphology and Syntax||3|
|ENG||225||Modern English Grammar||3||ENG204|
|ENG||240||Drama and the stage||3|
|ENG||300||Early Middle Ages Literature||3|
|ENG||310||Late Middle Ages Literature||3|
|ENG||320||History of the English Language||3|
|ENG||350||The Age of Shakespeare||3||Co. ENG240|
|ENG||355||Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama||3|
|ENG||360||Renaissance and Restoration||3|
|ENG||365||English Prose 1660 – 1800||3|
|ENG||400||Romantic and Victorian Literature||3|
|ENG||405||19th Century English Novel||3|
|ENG||420||British Romantic Poetry||3|
|ENG||430||American 19th Century Literature||3|
|ENG||440||American 20th Century Literature||3|
|ENG||450||Early Twentieth-Century Poetry||3|
|ENG||455||The Age of Modernism||3|
|FREE ELECTIVES||6 credits|