||ESL Reading & Writing V
|ESL Writing VI* or
ESL Reading & Writing** VI
||† Directed Elective (Communication)
||†† Directed Elective (Reading/Writing)
||Introduction to Communication
|Total Credit Hours
† Directed Electives (Communication)
ESL*H139 Pronunciation III
ESL*H157 Oral Communications V
COM*H172 Interpersonal Communication
COM*H173 Public Speaking
BBG*H210 Business Communication
†† Directed Electives (Reading/Writing)
ENG*H102 Literature & Composition
ENG*H200 Advanced Composition
ENG*H202 Technical Writing
COM*H157 American Film
COM*H226 Journalism I or COM*H227 Journalism II
HIS*H201 U.S. History I or HIS*H202 U.S. History II
*Students who take ESL*H169 instead of ESL*H162 course will need to take three credits in the Directed Electives for Reading/Writing.
**Students who take the ESL 162 course will NOT need to take three credits in the Directed Electives for Reading / Writing.
Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates will be able to:
- Demonstrate competence in handling a variety of writing assignments.
- Comprehend diverse texts which are conceptually abstract and linguistically complex.
- Understand extended discourse on contextualized and abstract topics such as in lectures, speeches, and reports.
- Show fluency and comfort in the use of English to express their own ideas.
- Write with precision and detail.
- Use spoken English with sufficient accuracy to participate effectively in formal and informal conversations on practical, social and professional topics.