To register for any of the courses below, follow the procedures described in Course Registration. If you already know the process, go to the Registration Form.

Note that MSEd Summer I courses will be held between May 7, 2024, and June 24, 2024, and Summer II courses will be held between June 25, 2024 and August 12, 2024. All PhD courses will be held throughout the summer. There is no difference between Summer Session I and Summer Session II for PhD courses.

Important Notice about Textbooks

To purchase textbooks, go to the booklist tab under each course description tab of the TUJ Grad Ed website and click on the link to Amazon for each required textbook. For those titles with Kindle versions available, you can also purchase the Kindle versions. In order to get your books in time for summer semester, please order them as soon as you have registered for summer 2024 courses.

Course Schedule for Summer 2024

May 7 - August 12, 2024

Summer I (May 7 - June 24)

Day Dates Course No. Course title Professor Note
Mon & Wed May 8 - June 24 TESL 5614 Current Approaches to Teaching English Language Learners Dr. Robert Nelson Required MSEd
Tue & Thu May 7 - June 20 TESL 5613 Multilingual Students' Literacy Development Dr. Robert Nelson Required MSEd
Tue & Thu May 7 - June 20 EPSY 8625 Introduction to Reseach Methdology Dr. Tomoko Nemoto Elective MSEd and PhD
Thursday May 9 - August 8 FLED 5470 Introduction to the Study of TESOL Dr. Ron Martin Elective MSEd
Fri & Sat May 10 - June 22 TESL 5612 Applied Language Study II: Grammar, Morphology and Classroom Discourse Dr. David Beglar Required MSEd

 

Summer II (June 25 - August 12)

Day Dates Course No. Course title Professor Note
Mon & Wed June 26 - August 12 TESL 5616 Designing Assessment and Curriculum for Multicultural Students Dr. Robert Nelson Required MSEd
Mon & Wed June 26 - August 12 EDUC 8274 Intercultural Communication Dr. Mark Sawyer Elective MSEd and PhD
Tue & Thu June 25 - August 8 TESL 5611

Applied Language Study I: Phonology and the Lexicon

Dr. Tomoko Nemoto

Required MSEd

Thursday

May 9 - August 8

FLED 5470

Introduction to the Study of TESOL
*Continued from Summer I.

Dr. Ron Martin

Elective MSEd

 

EDUC 9993

Students are required to register for this course in the semester they take the MSEd Comprehensive Examination.

Day Dates Course No. Course title Professor Note
By Arrangement
(Summer I through Summer II)
EDUC 9993 Master's Comprehensive Examination By Arrangement Required MSEd

 

PhD students only

All PhD courses will be held throughout the summer. There is no difference between Summer Session I and Summer Session II for PhD courses.
Students must get approval from their instructor to register for the courses below.

Day Dates Course No. Course title Professor
By Arrangement EDUC 9991 Research Apprenticeship By Arrangement
By Arrangement EDUC 9998 Dissertation Proposal Design By Arrangement
By Arrangement EDUC 9999 Doctor of Education Dissertation By Arrangement

 

Distinguished Lecturer Series

All Distinguished Lecturer Series are held over the weekend (Saturday and Sunday).

Day Dates Course No. Course title Professor Note
Sat & Sun May 11, 12, 18 and 19 ENES 8655 Cognitive Diversity in Language Learning, Teaching and Assessment Dr. Judit Kormos
(Lancaster University, U.K.)
Elective MSEd and PhD
Sat & Sun June 22, 23, 29 and 30 ENES 8656 Learning Vocabulary in a Second Language: A Focus on Processing and Instruction Dr. Ana Pellicer-Sanchez
(University College London, IOE, U.K.)
Elective MSEd and PhD

 


Course Description for Summer 2024

May 7 - August 12, 2024

 

Summer I (May 7 - June 24)

FLED 5470

Day & Time:
Thursday,
18:00-21:00
Dates:
May 9-August 8
Course Title:
Introduction to the Study of TESOL
Professor:
Dr. Ron Martin
Credit Hours:
3 credit hours
Note:
Elective MSEd

 

TESL 5612

Day & Time:
Fri & Sat,
18:00-21:00 (Friday)
14:00-17:00 (Saturday)

Dates:
May 10-June 22
Course Title:
Applied Language Study II: Grammar, Morphology and Classroom Discourse
Professor:
Dr. David Beglar
Credit Hours:
3 credit hours
Note:
Required MSEd

 

TESL 5613

Day & Time:
Tue & Thu,
18:00-21:00
Dates:
May 7-June 20
Course Title:
Multilingual Students’ Literacy Development
Professor:
Dr. Robert Nelson
Credit Hours:
3 credit hours
Note:
Required MSEd

 

TESL 5614

Day & Time:
Mon & Wed,
18:00-21:00
Dates:
May 8-June 24
Course Title:
Current Approaches to Teaching English Language Learners
Professor:
Dr. Robert Nelson
Credit Hours:
3 credit hours
Note:
Required MSEd

 

EPSY 8625

Day & Time:
Tue & Thu,
18:00-21:00
Dates:
May 7-June 20
Course Title:
Introduction to Research Methodology
Professor:
Dr. Tomoko Nemoto
Credit Hours:
3 credit hours
Note:
Elective MSEd and PhD

 

Summer II (June 25 - August 12)

FLED 5470

*Continued from Summer I.

Day & Time:
Thursday,
18:00-21:00
Dates:
May 9-August 8
Course Title:
Introduction to the Study of TESOL
Professor:
Dr. Ron Martin
Credit Hours:
3 credit hours
Note:
Elective MSEd

 

TESL 5611

Day & Time:
Tue & Thu,
18:00-21:00
Dates:
June 25-August 8
Course Title:
Applied Language Study I: Phonology and the Lexicon.
Professor:
Dr. Tomoko Nemoto
Credit Hours:
3 credit hours
Note:
Required MSEd

 

TESL 5616

Day & Time:
Mon & Wed,
18:00-21:00
Dates:
June 26-August 12
Course Title:
Designing Assessment and Curriculum for Multicultural Students
Professor:
Dr. Robert Nelson
Credit Hours:
3 credit hours
Note:
Required MSEd

 

EDUC 8274

Day & Time:
Mon & Wed,
18:00-21:00
Dates:
June 26-August 12
Course Title:
Intercultural Communication.
Professor:
Dr. Mark Sawyer
Credit Hours:
3 credit hours
Note:
Elective MSEd and PhD

 

EDUC 9993

Day & Dates:
By Arrangement
Course Title:
Master's Comprehensive Examination
Professor:
By Arrangement
Credit Hours:
1 credit hour
(Summer I through Summer II)
Schedule:
By Arrangement

 

Doctoral Courses PhD students only

All PhD courses will be held throughout the summer. There is no difference between Summer Session I and Summer Session II for PhD courses.
Students must get approval from their instructor to register for the courses below.

EDUC 9991

Day & Dates:
By Arrangement
Course Title:
Research Apprenticeship
Professor:
By Arrangement

Credit Hours:
3 credit hours

Schedule:
By Arrangement

 

EDUC 9998

Day & Dates:
By Arrangement
Course Title:
Dissertation Proposal Design
Professor:
By Arrangement

Credit Hours:
1 to 3 credit hours

Schedule:
By Arrangement

 

EDUC 9999

Day & Dates:
By Arrangement
Course Title:
Doctor of Education Dissertation
Professor:
By Arrangement

Credit Hours:
1 to 6 credit hours

Schedule:
By Arrangement

 

Distinguished Lecturer Series

This Lecturer Series will consist of two weekend seminars in summer 2024. Each seminar course can be used as elective credit for the MSEd and PhD degrees. The first session (three hours) of each seminar is free and open to the public. Weekend seminars are free for master’s and doctoral graduates of  Temple University Japan Campus for auditing; the fee for other weekend auditors is ¥13,000 (a nonrefundable auditor’s fee).  The weekend seminars will be conducted 100% on Zoom. For the details, please read the following descriptions carefully:

ENES 8655 

Day:
Sat & Sun
Dates:
May 11, 12, 18 and 19
Course Title:
Cognitive Diversity in Language Learning, Teaching and Assessment
Professor:
Dr. Judit Kormos
(Lancaster University, U.K.)
Credit Hours:
1 credit hour
Schedule:
3-hour online Zoom sessions for four days
18:00 to 21:00 (JST)
Note:
Elective MSEd and PhD

Students taking this seminar for credit must attend all four days.

ENES 8656

Day:
Sat & Sun
Dates:
June 22, 23, 29 and 30
Course Title:
Learning Vocabulary in a Second Language: A Focus on Processing and Instruction
Professor:
Dr. Ana Pellicer-Sanchez (University College London, IOE, U.K.)
Credit Hours:
1 credit hour
Schedule:
3-hour online Zoom sessions for four days
18:00 to 21:00 (JST)
Note:
Elective MSEd and PhD

Students taking this seminar for credit must attend all four days.