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English as a Second Language

English as a Second Language (ESL)

Director Leavelle

Students enrolled in ESL may apply these courses toward the institution's foreign language requirement. Permission to do so is granted through the Department of Foreign Languages and the English Department.

110 Writing and Grammar 
For students for whom English is a second language.  This course is required for students judged to need added instruction in writing skills before enrolling in ENG 101.  For qualified students, this course fulfills three hours of foreign language toward the graduation requirements.  Must be passed with a C- or above.  Course may be repeated, but may only be taken once for credit. Students in enrolled in this course must also attend the ESL lab a minimum of three hours per week.
120 Reading    
For students for whom English is a second language.  This course is required for students judged to need added instruction in reading skills before enrolling in other college courses.  For qualified students, this course fulfills three hours of foreign language toward the graduation requirements.  Must be passed with a C- or above.  Course may be repeated, but may only be taken once for credit. Students in enrolled in this course must also attend the ESL lab a minimum of three hours per week.
130 Listening and Note Taking  
For students for whom English is a second language.  This course is required for students judged to need added instruction in listening skills before enrolling in other college courses.  For qualified students, this course fulfills three hours of foreign language toward the graduation requirements.  Must be passed with a C- or above.  Course may be repeated, but may only be taken once for credit. Students in enrolled in this course must also attend the ESL lab a minimum of three hours per week.
140 Conversation and Idioms     
For students for whom English is a second language.  This course is required for students judged to need added instruction in conversational skills.  For qualified students, this course fulfills three hours of foreign language toward the graduation requirements.  Must be passed with a C- or above.  Course may be repeated, but may only be taken once for credit. Students in enrolled in this course must also attend the ESL lab a minimum of one hour per week.

 

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