COURSE HOURS, PREREQUISITES & DESCRIPTIONS

Critical Thinking (Intermediate) 180 Hours

Upon completion of this level, students will be able to:

Listen for main ideas and details, and also form inferences based on interpreting the points of view and intended meanings that are expressed via audio;

Be able to understand vocabulary through the usage of context clues and defining groups of words in a reading selection;

Produce correct English pronunciation (in regards to intonation, rhythm and stress) to express feelings, emotions, and opinions on a wide variety of topics and issues;

Participate in interactive processing activities that include taking notes, working in groups to develop presentations and projects, and analyze case studies;

Improve grammar usage in terms of utilizing adjective clauses, the passive voice, prefixes & suffixes, real conditionals, comparatives, idioms, wishes, and reported speech;

Synthesize, manipulate, and interpret information for different types of writing and free essays on a wide variety of themes, issues, and contexts.

Critical Thinking (High Intermediate) 180 Hours

Upon completion of this level, students will be able to:

Analyze and synthesize information from different types texts, research studies, reports and documents;

Produce correct English pronunciation to express feelings, emotions, and opinions on a wide variety of topics and issues,

Demonstrate critical thinking and problem-solving skills through inferences, imagination, creativity, appropriacy and accuracy.

Synthesize, manipulate, and interpret, information for different types of writing and free essays on a wide variety of themes, issues, and contexts,

Create texts with complex sentence structures, tenses for a wide variety purposes and contexts.

Critical Thinking (Advanced) 180 Hours

Upon completion of this course students will be able to:

Express views, opinions, and critiques accurately and fluently on various themes and issues

Compare and contrast, analyze, interpret, and synthesize information for different types of texts, such as proposals, reports, academic papers and documents on a wide variety of themes, issues and contexts, and for different purposes and audience.

Use critical thinking and problem-solving skills through making inferences, imagination, creativity, appropriacy and accuracy of academic texts: research studies, reports, documents, and archives

Evaluate information presented into different types of academic texts: research studies, reports, documents, and archives.

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Business English (Intermediate) 180 Hours

The goal of this course is for the students to have a basic understanding of the business environment and the different aspects that go into numerous businesses. They will also be able to improve their ability to communicate in English in various business situations, and be able to recognize business norms

Business English (High Intermediate) 180 Hours

The goal of this course is for the students to build on their knowledge about business from the previous level, Business English Intermediate. The students will learn more about international businesses, and how to identify and build meaningful business relationships.

Business English (Advanced) 180 Hours

The goal of this course is to have the students become more aware and comfortable with the business environment, particularly with international businesses. Students will also gain confidence and acquire the necessary skills to cope with difficult business situations with diplomacy and correct business English.

For tuition and placement information, please contact us at (212)683-6250

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Academic Writing (Intermediate) 180 Hours

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of academic writing and be able to write well-organized and clearly developed academic paragraphs of various types as well as demonstrate an understanding of the basic concepts of academic essay writing.

Academic Writing (High Intermediate) 180 Hours

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to plan, organize, write, revise, and edit a variety of academic essay types. Students will know and attempt a variety of complex grammatical structures in their writing.

Academic Writing (Advanced) 180 Hours

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to produce well-organized, clearly developed academic essays and term papers in English, utilizing effective grammar, sentence structures, vocabulary, and research.

For tuition and placement information, please contact us at (212)683-6250

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Conversation and American Culture 180 Hours

Students will develop and improve linguistic, academic, and social English language skills while obtaining knowledge about American society and culture.

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Accent Reduction 180 Hours

The Accent Reduction course is designed to help students improve their pronunciation through a variety of stimulating listening and speaking exercises.

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TOEFL Prep Course 200 Hours

Requirements: High School Diploma or GED

TOEFL Preparation Course is designed to help students acquire skills and confidence necessary to maximize and get a high score on the internationally recognized internet-based TOEFL tests (TOEFL iBT).

Through this course students who are new to the TOEFL test will gain an understanding of what the test is and students who are already familiar with the TOEFL test will have a platform to further practice for the exam and heighten their communicative abilities.

For tuition and placement information, please contact us at (212)683-6250

COURSE HOURS, PREREQUISITES & DESCRIPTIONS

ESL Level 1 (Beginner) 200 Hours

Students will have basic knowledge of English language and structures as well as be able to use them in a limited way for day-to-day and personal purposes.

ESL Level 2 (Beginner) 200 Hours

Students will have advanced understandings of English language and structures, such as sound systems and grammatical structures and also will be able produce some limited oral expressions and short written texts for their immediate contexts and personal purposes.

ESL Level 3 (Intermediate) 200 Hours

Students will have knowledge of English language and structures and also will be able to apply them for personal and professional purposes with some accuracy.

ESL Level 4 (Intermediate) 200 Hours

Students will have in-depth knowledge of English language sound features, such as stress and intonation patterns; and also will be able to engage in discourses on varied contexts and to create written texts for academic and professional purposes.

ESL Level 5 (Advanced) 200 Hours

Students will be able to apply complex features of English in oral and written forms from a wide variety of texts and for various purposes with accuracy and appropriacy.

ESL Level 6 (Advanced) 200 Hours

Students will be able to apply critical and problem-solving skills for analyzing, interpreting, evaluating, and creating a wide variety of written texts on global issues and also will be able to use English with accuracy, fluency and consistency for academic and professional purposes.

For tuition and placement information, please contact us at (212)683-6250

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