The English Language Program consists of six levels of instruction for students from the beginning to advanced levels.
Courses are arranged in the following way:
- Listening & Speaking is where students practice presentations, discussions, and work on building listening comprehension skills
Reading & Writing consists of reading and writing skills and strategies as well as vocabulary development and grammatical usage
ELP 201 01 Listening & Speaking IA
ELP 201 02 Listening & Speaking IB
ELP 202 01 Reading & Writing IA
ELP 202 02 Reading & Writing IB
ELP 301 01 Listening & Speaking IIA
ELP 301 02 Listening & Speaking IIB
ELP 302 01 Reading & Writing IIA
ELP 302 02 Reading & Writing IIB
ELP 401 01 Listening & Speaking IIIA
ELP 401 02 Listening & Speaking IIIB
ELP 402 01 Reading & Writing IIIA
ELP 402 02 Reading & Writing IIIB
The fall and winter terms are mandatory for international students. They each consist of 14 weeks of intensive instruction in the areas of American culture, reading, writing, grammar, listening, and speaking. English Language Program students also participate in a variety of on-campus and off-campus activities designed to enhance their language development.
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The spring term is 10 weeks long and focuses on the core concepts from the fall and winter terms with less intensity. Students study American culture, reading, writing, grammar, listening, and speaking. English Language Program students participate in a variety of on-campus and off-campus activities designed to enhance their language development.