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Developing English as a Second Language (Standard)

Credits: 1

This course is for those intermediate level students who understand and use English but need considerable growth in pronunciation and fluency, grammar, reading comprehension, and writing. This is a communication-based course which requires the students to become more fluent in both speaking and writing. It unifies both receptive and productive skills with meaningful communication and is grounded in the presentation and practice of English grammar through meaningful content.


ESL level placement is determined by the department placement test score or equivalent IBT TOEFL score and departmental approval.