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New Mexico TESOL Endorsement Classes

University of Phoenix offers TESOL Endorsement classes for APS staff.

The University of Phoenix would like to share information with the schools on a new TESOL endorsement program they are offering to teachers.

The benefits of this program include:

  • TESOL classes are approved by NMPED and APS will reimburse with a passing grade
  • a 10% tuition reduction for all APS employees
  • classes are offered every month online
  • or they can choose campus for evening classes

For more information, visit:

Higher education now comes with a lower tuition
All Albuquerque Public Schools teachers and staff are eligible to receive a 10% tuition savings on individual courses, in addition to degree programs and certificates at University of Phoenix. And, application fees are waived for new students.

To learn more, or enroll, contact:
Natasha Maldonado-Buckey
602.713.0054 |

University of Phoenix - Albuquerque Campus

TESOL Schedule
Prefix Course ABQ Campus Weeks Credits

Foundations of Instruction

Day/Time TBD

4 3

Instructional Techniques & Methods

Day/Time TBD 4 3


Day/Time TBD 4 3

Applied Linguistics

Day/Time TBD 4 3

Cross Cultural Communication

Day/Time TBD 4 3

Teaching Reading and Writing

Day/Time TBD 4 3
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