LEWISTON – Niagara University has entered into a new articulation agreement with Humber College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning in Toronto which will permit students from Humber to transfer credits into Niagara University’s Master of Science in Education into the program – Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages or TESOL.
The agreement allows student with 15 credits from Humber’s post-baccalaureate program in teaching English as a second language to transfer credits towards the completion of Niagara’s 37-credit degree. Students must have maintained a grade point average of at least 75 to be eligible.
The master’s in education agreement does not include the provisions to be eligible for prekindergarten through 12 teaching certificates in New York.
“Given the ever increasing need for well-prepared graduates to work with individual who are learning English as a new language, this partnership provides a critical degree-completion opportunity in Ontario,” said Debra Colley, dean of NU’s College of Education in a statement announcing the articulation.