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we enhance language teaching practices

“In response to profound geopolitical, social, cultural, and economic changes…
CAL engages students and cultivates critical and creative thinkers who address the challenge of becoming world citizens”
College of Arts & Letters – Vision




we empower language educators

early career

aspiring educator

You have a long history as a language learner, a traveler, and an explorer of new ideas as well as new locations. You want to inspire others to become multilingual citizens of the world. First, you want to enhance your skills and credentials and connect with a network of educators who can inspire you. 

leveling up

experienced instructor

You are well-versed the life of the classroom and the challenges of engaging language learners. Now you are ready to focus on enhancing your skills as you focus on effective methods, intercultural awareness, and innovative technology. You want to explore, create, and set a trajectory for growth. 

teacher leader

innovator and influencer

You know that language learning and language teaching can take many different forms, and you want to contribute to transforming the field. Whether you want to guide fellow educators, create innovative materials, or explore research, you are looking for courses that connect theory to practice.

set a trajectory

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The MAFLT is a distance-based graduate program designed to meet the needs of current teachers and aspiring educators of any target language. We provide a principled balance of theory  and practice in an interactive and personalized format.

Courses emphasize proficiency-based approaches, effective integration of culture and technology, and leadership. 

The program is fully online and fully accredited. Flexible and self-paced. Class sizes capped at 15. Same tuition for in-state, out-of-state, and international students. Take individual courses or earn your MA in 2-5 years from anywhere.

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