Eng Sec Lang-Undergrad (ESL)

ESL 020. INTRO WRITING ENGLISH. (0 Credits)

ESL 091. BEGIN ENGLISH READ. (0 Credits)

ESL 092. BEGIN ENGLISH WRITING. (0 Credits)

ESL 093. BEG ENG CONVERS-LIST. (0 Credits)

ESL 094. COLL WRITING INTRNL. (0 Credits)

ESL 095. TOEFL Preparation. (3,4 Credits)

ESL 101. BEGIN ENGLISH READ. (4 Credits)

ESL 102. BEGIN ENGLISH WRITING. (4 Credits)

ESL 103. BEG ENG CONVERS-LISTEN. (4 Credits)

ESL 200. Introductory ESL. (3 Credits)

ESL 201. Introduction to Reading. (3,4 Credits)

ESL 202. Intro to Writing. (3,4 Credits)

ESL 203. Intro to Communications. (3,4 Credits)

ESL 204. AMERICAN CULTURAL EXPER. (3 Credits)

ESL 210. LANGUAGE READINESS. (2 Credits)

ESL 250. Language Readiness. (1-3 Credits)

ESL 251. Academic English I. (3 Credits)

ESL 252. Academic English II. (1 Credit)

ESL 253. Academic English III. (2 Credits)

ESL 301. Intermed Reading & Vocab. (4 Credits)

Students develop the ability to read text on familiar, basic academic topics with an emphasis on vocabulary expansion and application of critical reading skills.

Prerequisite: None

ESL 302. Intermed Academic Writing. (4 Credits)

ESL students develop academic writing and grammar skills with an emphasis on writing academic paragraphs.

Prerequisite: None

ESL 303. Intermed Listen & Speak. (4 Credits)

Students develop speaking and listening skills necessary for participating in classroom discussions with an emphasis on clarification through rewording and asking questions. Students develop presentation skills by preparing and delivering presentations in class.

Prerequisite: None

ESL 305. CURRENT AFFAIRS. (2 Credits)

ESL 321. English Pronunciation. (1 Credit)

This course provides the students an opportunity to understand and practice the rules of pronunciation and work to reduce their accents. Open to all ESL students.

Prerequisite: None

ESL 322. US Culture & Traditions. (1 Credit)

ESL students develop cultural knowledge and understanding of the meaning of traditions associated with the United States, including the Christian traditions.

Prerequisite: None

ESL 350. English Enhancement. (3 Credits)

ESL 399. Toefl Prep & Grammar Topics. (1,2 Credits)

This course provides the student an opportunity to practice the elements of the TOEFL tests: reading, listening, grammar and timed writings. Practicing good test taking techniques and vocabulary building are also important parts of the class. Open to all ESL students.

Prerequisite: None

ESL 401. Advanced Reading & Vocab. (4 Credits)

ESL students develop academic reading and vocabulary skills with an emphasis on preparation for undergraduate or graduate classes in a U.S. University context.

Prerequisite: None

ESL 402. Advanced Academic Writing. (4 Credits)

ESL students develop academic writing and grammar skills with an emphasis on writing academic paragraphs and transitioning to essays and research papers.

Prerequisite: None

ESL 403. Advan Listen & Speak. (4 Credits)

challenges the student to converse in English during role plays, practice drills, interviewing and debating. The students will also listen to weekly lectures given on a variety of topics by professionals in a given area. 4 credits. above Finance should be Entrepreneurship

Prerequisites: entrance examination, consent of the instructor, and/or successful completion of ESL 302.

ESL 450. Advan Integrat Language. (3 Credits)

ESL 499. ESL FULL-TIME CRS.. (1-4 Credits)