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The mission of the English as a Second Language program at Midwest University is to give students an opportunity to develop and improve English proficiency. The multi-level offerings will attempt to enhance student abilities in relaxed, formal, cultural and academic venues.


Students will be able to:

1. Exhibit a broad base of knowledge of listening, speaking, reading, writing, and grammar skills in English.
2. To successfully adapt to the American culture by applying knowledge gained in the classroom.
3. Demonstrate the ability to communicate with other students and faculty on increasingly sophisticated levels.

Students may achieve twelve (12) transcript notation credits each semester, which do not affect either the GPA or the total number of credits needed to complete their academic studies.

The Curriculum
Level I
ESL 101 Listening and Speaking [Description] 3
ESL 102 Reading [Description] 3
ESL 103 Writing [Description] 3
ESL 104 Grammar [Description] 3
Level II
ESL 201 Listening and Speaking [Description] 3
ESL 202 Reading [Description] 3
ESL 203 Writing [Description] 3
ESL 204 Grammar [Description] 3
Level III
ESL 301 Listening and Speaking [Description] 3
ESL 302 Reading [Description] 3
ESL 303 Writing [Description] 3
ESL 304 Grammar [Description] 3
Level IV
ESL 401 Listening and Speaking [Description] 3
ESL 402 Reading [Description] 3
ESL 403 Writing [Description] 3
ESL 404 Grammar [Description] 3
ESL 001 Intensive Pronunciation Workshop [Description] 3
ESL 011 Introduction to American Culture [Description] 3
ESL 021 Current Events [Description] 3
ESL 031 TOEFL Preparation [Description] 3
ESL 041 English for Ministry [Description] 3
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