ELI Levels

Intermediate Level

In the intermediate level, the courses are divided this way for the semester:

Reading                                            

4 hours

Writing and Grammar                        

4 hours

Speech, Listening, & Note-taking       

4 hours

ESL Freshman Experience                   

2 hours

Introduction to Christianity                 

2 hours

Conversation Tutorial    

1 hour

Total:                                              

17 hours

(plus one 1-credit elective course if desired)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Advanced Level

In the advanced level, students will take these courses during the semester:

Reading                                         

3 hours

Writing and Grammar                      

5 hours

Speech                                           

3 hours

Listening and Note-taking                 

3 hours

First Year Seminar*                            

1 hour

Content Course*                                 

3 hours

Total:                                              

18 hours 

(no elective courses allowed)

 

 

High Advanced Level

In the high advanced level, students will take these courses during the semester:

Reading                                           

3 hours

Writing and Grammar                      

5 hours

Speech, Listening, and Note-taking   

3 hours

First Year Seminar*                             

1 hour

Introduction to Biblical Knowledge        

3 hours

Content Course*                                

3 hours

Total:                                                

18 hours 

(no elective courses allowed)


*Courses are with American students.  Content courses are usually courses such as history, intercultural communication, political science, etc.

In addition to ELI courses, students may enroll in a physical education or music course for credit. While enrolled in the ELI, students may take a maximum of 4 hours of non-ESL classes each semester, subject to the approval of their advisor.

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