CENG 202 - This course provides participants with the opportunity to apply and extend their creative writing skills in a workshop setting through a series of directed writing activities and in-class discussions. Genre-specific writing will be addressed allowing participants to pursue specific interests in writing fiction, creative non-fiction, memoir and/or poetry. Developing voice and revision will be important components of this course. Participants will also learn how to prepare a piece of writing for publication and will examine the publishing opportunities available to writers.
CENG 203 - This course focuses on the fundamentals of oral communication which involves preparation and presentation of conventional forms of public address, such as expository and persuasive speaking. Emphasis is placed on the use of correct and effective language and organizational skills in preparing, delivering and evaluating different types of oral presentations. Prerequisite: CENG 106 or equivalent.
CENG 204 - This course is designed to teach participants different communication techniques and skills in the areas of time management, note-taking, proofreading, editing and copywriting of business, medical, legal, journalistic and economic texts and writings. Participants will practice their communication skills by listening to lectures and dialogues among professionals. The will also write, edit and proofread various documents, abstracts and short papers; and will learn to present orally using latest technology. Prerequisite: CENG 106 or equivalent.
CARB 101 - This course introduces students to the language through a proper acquisition of the alphabet, pronunciation of the sounds, connection of letters, and formation of words and simple sentences.
CARB 102 - This course focuses on basic grammar structures and vocabulary; and on comprehension and articulation of simple statements, questions, and paragraphs.
CARB 103 -This course stresses complex grammar structures and vocabulary needed to comprehend and compose written and oral material.
CARB 201 - This course focuses on pronunciation and vocabulary needed to engage in simple dialogues such as, greetings, directions, traveling, and shopping.
CARB 202 - This course focuses on the basic principles of expression and builds the students’ vocabulary to enable them to comprehend and compose simple sentences needed in day-to-day conversations.
CARB 203 - This course offers students the opportunity to practice their communication skills in different settings to achieve a comfortable level of verbal interaction in business, social, and formal environments.
CFRN 101 - This course provides students with the chance to use the language in familiar contexts both orally and in writing. In Level One, the emphasis is on conversations using basic structures.
CFRN 102 - This course provides students with the chance to use the language in familiar contexts both orally and in writing. In Level Two, the student will be able to read and write simple texts.
CGER 101 - In this course, students will learn basic vocabulary and sentence formation that would enable them to participate in simple conversations.
CGER 102 - In this course, students will learn the basics for writing and conversing in a more professional way. Prerequisite: German I.
CHNS 101 - This course provides students with basic working knowledge of Chinese (Mandarin). The course exposes beginners to Chinese Pinyin (spelling with one tone), Chinese characters, Chinese grammar, commonly-used sentence structures, and simple situational dialogues.
CHNS 102 - This course is a continuation of Chinese I. Students will learn more characters, grammar, sentence structures, and dialogues; and they will practice simple applied writing. Prerequisite: Chinese I.
CITL 101 - This course provides the student with a basic knowledge of Italian and foundation for speaking, reading, and writing the language.
CSPN 101 - This course is designed to provide the student with a basic knowledge of Spanish, both of its conversational form and of the elementary grammatical structure. By the end of the course, the student will be able to engage in simple conversation, read short articles and write letters and simple compositions.
CSPN 102 - This course aims to enhance the students’ skills of speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Students who complete this course should be able to communicate in a more professional way. Prerequisite: Spanish I.
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