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Courses | English Language Program

Summary

Below are some of the courses you’ll have an opportunity to take as a student in this program. Note: This list is intended to give you a quick glimpse into the program’s academic offerings, and should not be used as a guide for course selection or academic advising. For official program requirements see catalog for details.


Language-Learning Track

Undergraduate: Foundational

A foundation-level course in English-language reading, writing, and grammar for general academic purposes, contexts, and audiences. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs. Notes: ELL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits).Grade Mode: A.

A foundation-level course in English-language oral communication and grammar in disciplinary contexts. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs. Notes: ELL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
A foundation-level course in the use of the English-language (oral and written) in biblical, Christian, and missional contexts. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs at the introductory stage. Notes: ELL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
A foundation-level lab course in English-language writing and speech. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs at the introductory stage. Notes: ELL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.

Language-Learning Track

Undergraduate: Intermediate

An intermediate-level course in English-language reading, writing, and grammar for general academic purposes, contexts, and audiences. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs at the developmental stage. Notes: ELL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
An intermediate-level course in English-language oral communication and applied grammar in disciplinary contexts and for academic audiences. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs at the developmental stage. Notes: ELL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
An intermediate-level course in the use of the English-language (oral and written) in biblical, Christian, and missional contexts. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs at the developmental stage. Notes: ELL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
An intermediate-level lab course in English-language writing and speech. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs at the developmental stage. Notes: ELL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.

Language-Learning Track

Graduate: Foundational

A foundation-level course in English-language reading, writing, and grammar for general scholarly purposes, contexts, and audiences for graduate studies. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for graduate programs at the introductory stage. Notes: ELL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
A foundation-level course in English-language oral communication, conventions, and applied grammar in disciplinary contexts and for scholarly audiences for graduate studies. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for graduate programs at the introductory stage. Notes: ELL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
A foundation-level course in the use of the English-language (oral and written) in the context of biblical scholarship, theology, and missions for graduate studies. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for graduate programs at the introductory stage. Notes: ELL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
A foundation-level lab course in English-language writing and speech for graduate studies. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs at the introductory stage. Notes: ELL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.

Language-Learning Track

Graduate: Intermediate

An intermediate-level course in English-language reading, writing, and grammar for general scholarly purposes, contexts, and audiences for graduate studies. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for graduate programs at the developmental stage. Notes: ELL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
An intermediate-level course in English-language oral communication, conventions, and applied grammar in disciplinary contexts and for scholarly audiences for graduate studies. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for graduate programs at the developmental stage. Notes: ELL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
An intermediate-level course in the use of the English-language (oral and written) in the context of biblical scholarship, theology, and missions for graduate studies. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for graduate programs at the developmental stage. Notes: ELL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
An intermediate-level lab course in English-language writing and speech for graduate studies. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs at the developmental stage. Notes: ELL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.

Language-Learning Track

Graduate: Advanced

An advanced-level course in English-language reading, writing, and grammar for general scholarly purposes, contexts, and audiences for graduate studies. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for graduate programs at the mastery stage. Notes: ELL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
An advanced-level course in English-language oral communication, conventions, and applied grammar in disciplinary contexts and for scholarly audiences for graduate studies. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for graduate programs at the mastery stage. Notes: ELL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
An advanced-level course in the use of the English-language (oral and written) in the context of biblical scholarship, theology, and missions for graduate studies. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for graduate programs at the mastery stage. Notes: ELL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
An advanced-level lab course in English-language writing and speech for graduate studies. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs at the mastery stage. Notes: ELL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.

Degree Track

Undergraduate ALP — All courses will count as credit towards graduation requirement.

Semester 1
Semester 1:
ENGL 100
ENGL 102
Freshman Seminar
GE or major/minor course

Semester 2
COMM 200
ENGL 103
GE or major/minor course

*NOTE: These are the courses offered for the 2019-2020 academic year. The courses may change the following academic year.

Graduate AEP

Students in the AEP track will take a few Lang-Learn courses (above) alongside their graduate courses. The courses required will be determined upon admissions confirmation.