Intensive English Language Program


Lower Division Courses


Students in 005 and 006 may take an elective course in each half of the semester (TOEFL Preparation, English for Business, Current Events, Speaking and Presentation Skills, Pronunciation, etc.)

Note: 4 hours per week.

0002. High Beginning

Listening comprehension and vocabulary are developed through interactive activities, helping students begin to internalize grammatical structures and read with greater comprehension

Note: 20 hours per week.

001. Beginning

No previous knowledge of English is required. Students learn to comprehend, speak, read, and write English through an integrated approach to language learning.

Note: 20 hours per week.

003. Low Intermediate

While listening, reading, writing, and speaking continue to be developed, the curriculum at the low intermediate level begins to focus on academic skill development.

Note: 20 hours per week.

004. High Intermediate

This level is a transition between intermediate and advanced level work. Students at this level should have a firm basis of structural knowledge and comprehension. The focus is increasingly on academic vocabulary, reading, and writing skills.

Note: 20 hours per week.

005. Advanced

Students at this level often have well-developed receptive skills but need to focus greater attention on the productive skills of speaking and writing. The students approach learning through content-based units.

Note: 20 hours per week.

006. Pre-Academic

Students at this level sharpen their academic skills for listening to lectures, taking notes, doing research, writing exams and papers, and speaking in academic settings.

Note: 20 hours per week.
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