English as a Second Language

Major (None)

Minor (None)

Courses (ESL)

101 ESL (English as a Second Language) Listening Comprehension I. (0-1)
Practice in understanding spoken English, especially in an academic context. May count toward fulfillment of the global language requirement. Fall, A mod.

102 ESL Speaking I. (0-1)
Pronunciation, discussion and public speaking practice, with emphasis on skills expected in an academic setting. May count toward fulfillment of the global language requirement. Fall, B mod.

103 ESL Reading I. (0-1)
Emphasis on academic vocabulary, grammar, and reading skills needed in college coursework. May count toward fulfillment of the global language requirement. Fall, C mod.

104 ESL Writing I. (0-1)
Emphasis on academic vocabulary, grammar and writing skills needed in college coursework. May count toward fulfillment of the global language requirement. Fall, D mod.

105 ESL Listening Comprehension II. (0-1)
Listening and note-taking, discussion skills, and academic vocabulary skills. May count toward fulfillment of the global language requirement. Spring, A mod.

106 ESL Speaking II. (0-1)
Class discussions and presentations, with emphasis on leading discussions, posing and responding to questions, and presenting information effectively. May count toward fulfillment of the global language requirement. Spring, B mod.

107 ESL Reading II. (0-1)
Academic reading and research skills, strengthening of academic voacabulary. May count toward fulfillment of the global language requirement. Spring, C mod.

108 ESL Writing II. (0-1)
Academic writing with emphasis on essays and research papers. Practice in organizing, outlining, proofreading, editing, and revising. May count toward fulfillment of the global language requirement. Spring, D mod.

271 Individual Learning Project. (1-4)
Supervised reading or research at the lower-division level. Permission of department chair required. Not available for first-year students.