This aim of this course is to examine the basics of communicative intent in written English.  Students develop their writing skills through a variety of paragraph writing and short essay assignments.  This course is computer based and will develop word processing skills as well as writing skills.


This aim of this course is to examine the basics of communicative intent in written English.  Students develop their writing skills through a variety of paragraph writing and short essay assignments.  This course is computer based and will develop word processing skills as well as writing skills.

This course will practice the listening comprehension skills and oral conversation skills that students will have learned in compulsory education.  However, particular emphasis will be placed on providing students with the appropriate skills and strategies they will need to communicate successfully and confidently in English for presentations in their future professional lives.    


In this course students will focus on the development of their listening, speaking, reading and writing Business English proficiency -  conducted specifically toward using English as a lingua franca when conducting business in Asia.

In this course, students will focus on building their academic research and writing skills. Each lesson will focus on a specific research skill or writing skill. Students will practice each skill in the development of their graduation thesis.  


This course will go into depth and detail about Britain and its history and culture. Topics have been carefully chosen to reflect a deeper knowledge of the attitudes, actions and activities of people living in the U.K.  Students will not only learn about British life but will also explore and express their views about their own social and cultural practices in order to compare, critically analyse and increase their intercultural understanding.  This class will equip students with the depth of knowledge necessary that will enable them to confidently choose a related topic of interest that they will pursue in their fourth year.