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Undergraduate – Required Courses

Undergraduate – Required Courses

English for Academic Purposes 1

Reading, writing, listening and speaking are interrelated and interdependent. This course integrates the four skills with a primary goal of building academic English skills. It aims to help students acquire academic English skills in order to better enable them to pursue their studies at university. Students study this required course as freshmen, in their first semester.

English for Academic Purposes 2

Reading, writing, listening and speaking, the four basic language skills, are interrelated and interdependent. This course integrates the four skills with a primary goal of building academic English skills. It aims to help students acquire academic English skills in order to better enable them to pursue their studies at university. Students study this required course as freshmen, in their second semester. It builds on the skills acquired in English for Academic Purposes 1.

English for Academic Purposes 3

Reading, writing, listening and speaking, the four basic language skills, are interrelated and interdependent. This course integrates the four skills with a primary goal of building academic English skills. It aims to help students acquire academic English skills in order to better enable them to pursue their studies at university. Students study this required course as sophomores, in their first semester. It builds on the skills acquired in English for Academic Purposes 1 and English for Academic Purposes 2.

English for Academic Purposes 4

Reading, writing, listening and speaking, the four basic language skills, are interrelated and interdependent. This course integrates the four skills with a primary goal of building academic English skills. It aims to help students acquire academic English skills in order to better enable them to pursue their studies at university. Students study this required course as sophomores, in their second semester. It builds on the skills acquired in English for Academic Purposes 1, English for Academic Purposes 2 and English for Academic Purposes 3.