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2017-2018 College of Liberal Arts

English for Academic Purposes


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About the Program

The English for Academic Purposes program prepares international students for university study in the American liberal arts university setting. This academically rigorous program provides international students with high-quality English language instruction and the academic skills needed to succeed at Drew through thedevelopment of listening, speaking, reading, writing, critical thinking and academic study skills.

After completing this intensive program, successful students will be able to:

  • Interact comfortably in the US classroom with profrssors and fellow students;
  • Understand US values in an academic setting;
  • Present their spoken and written ideas accurately and effectively in English;
  • Write research papers with proper use of citations and references;
  • Use the internet and Drew library databases to conduct academic research;
  • Read, understand and critically evaluate academic texts;
  • Understand and use vocabulary common to academic disciplines.
  • Take useful and accurate notes in academic lectures and presentations.

Faculty

Academic Director: Susan Beddes

Insturctors: Zoe Isaacson, Anna Maclachlan, Robert Maclachlan, Jennifer Ostrega, Gary Sasala

Programs

Academic English

Students in the Academic English program study intensive English language coursework to prepare for study in a U.S. university.  Academic English students take courses in:  Writing and Grammar; Reading and Vocabulary; Listening and Speaking; and Special Topics.  Placement in Academic English courses is based on a proficiency assessment administered by program faculty upon arrival.

Undergraduate Pathway

INTO New York at Drew’s Pathway programs combine intensive language study, academic skills development and academic coursework in a program designed to move students successfully through the first two years of their four-year degree program.  Placement in appropriate EAP courses as part of the Pathway program is based on a proficiency assessment administered by program faculty at the beginning of the program.

Courses

EAP 010  - Academic English Writing and Grammar 1
EAP 011  - Academic English Reading and Vocabulary 1
EAP 012  - Academic English Listening and Speaking 1
EAP 020  - Academic English Writing and Grammar 2
EAP 021  - Academic English Reading and Vocabulary 2
EAP 022  - Academic English Listening and Speaking 2
EAP 030   - Academic English Writing and Grammar 3
EAP 031  - Academic English Reading and Vocabulary 3
EAP 032  - Academic English Listening and Speaking 3
EAP 040  - Academic English Writing and Grammar 4
EAP 041  - Academic English Reading and Vocabulary 4
EAP 042  - Academic English Listening and Speaking 4
EAP 050  - Academic English Writing and Grammar 5
EAP 051  - Academic English Reading and Vocabulary 5
EAP 052  - Academic English Listening and Speaking 5
EAP 060  - Academic English Writing and Grammar 6
EAP 061  - Academic English Reading and Vocabulary 6
EAP 062  - Academic English Listening and Speaking 6
EAP 071  - Academic English Special Topics I
EAP 072  - Academic English Special Topics II
EAP 073  - Academic English Special Topics III
EAP 101  - English for Academic Purposes: Reading and Writing I
EAP 102  - English for Academic Purposes: Listening and Speaking I
EAP 201  - English for Academic Purposes: Reading and Writing II
EAP 202  - English for Academic Purposes: Public Speaking
UNIV 101  - University 101

Academic English Courses


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