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In American colleges, full time students normally take 4 or more "courses" each semester. Courses can earn varying number of credits depending on the amount of scheduled class hours each course requires. Courses that earn 3 credit hours are the most common.
Intermediate E.S.L. courses prepare you for university-level academic study and do not earn credit that you can apply toward your degree requirements. These non-credit courses are identified by a course number that is below 100 (for example, “ESL 090”). Depending on your test results, you may be placed in Advanced level E.S.L. courses in some areas and Intermediate level E.S.L. courses in others.
A maximum of 9 credits can be applied toward degree requirements for completing Advanced level E.S.L. courses (numbered 100 and above). Most Advanced level E.B.P. students take one or more regular academic courses at the same time as their E.S.L. courses. Advanced level E.B.P. students can earn between 12 – 16 academic course credits in one semester.
|ENG100||Writer's Workshop (E.S.L. Section; 4 credits)|
|ESL102||Advanced Grammar Editing|
|ESL106||Advanced Conversational English|
A brief description of each E.S.L. course is available online in our course catalog.
If you would like more information about the E.S.L. Bridge Program, please contact:
Dr. Steve Gras, Coordinator
Office: Learning Center, Feinberg 103
Phone: (518) 564-2262