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English for Academic Purpose

EAP 065     5 credits
English Pronunciation

Learn the correct pronunciation of English words through phonetic exercises with emphasis on vowel and consonant syllable use. Tongue and mouth placement will be stressed with visuals. There will be homework practice.

EAP 066     5 credits
Pronunciation II

Perfecting English pronunciation intermediate level through advanced level by practicing stressed syllables in words and stressed words in sentences, intonation, contractions, rhythm and timing, compound words, word pairs, past tense verbs, possessives, consonant clusters, and much more. Prerequisite: EAP 065.

EAP 075     5 credits
Conversational English

Provides international students with the concepts to be able to communicate with English speakers, function in college life and the community, and understand spoken language.

EAP 076     5 credits
Oral Communication in Academic Setting

Intended for non-native speakers to achieve oral skills (speaking and listening) in the academic environment. Prerequisite: EAP 075, completion of ESL 021 or equivalent, and/or instructor permission.

EAP 077     5 credits
Oral Communication in Academic Settings II

Intended for international students and non-native speakers to refine oral skills (speaking and listening) in the academic environment. Prerequisites: completion of ESL 021 or equivalent, and/or instructor permission.

EAP 085     5 credits
Writing for Transition

Designed for non-native speakers to understand and use conventions of the English language, including grammar, spelling and sentence to paragraph structure.

EAP 086     5 credits
Writing for Transition II

Designed for non-native speakers to understand and use conventions of the English language, including grammar, spelling and paragraph to short composition structure. Prerequisites: EAP 085 or instructor permission.

EAP 090     5 credits
EAP Beginning Reading

Designed for international students to improve reading skills. Emphasizes vocabulary development, reading comprehension and retention, and critical thinking skills. Students will begin to appreciate cultural diversity through assigned readings and classroom interactions. Prerequisites: participation in international student program.

EAP 091     5 credits
EAP Reading

Designed for international students to improve reading skills. Emphasizes vocabulary development, reading, comprehension, retention and critical thinking skills. Students will begin to appreciate cultural diversity through assigned readings and classroom interactions. Prerequisites: participation in international student program.

EAP 092     5 credits
Reading for the TOEFL

Intended for international students and non-native speakers to refine reading skills in preparation for the TOEFL. Prerequisites: EAP 076, completion of ESL 021, or equivalent, and/or instructor permission.


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