In an effort to accommodate an increasingly global community, Oakland University’s English as a Second Language Center will debut two new courses this summer.
The first is a test preparation course for advanced ESL students who are preparing for the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) and Michigan English Assessment Battery (MELAB) exams. In many cases, undergraduate and graduate ESL students must pass one of these tests in order to be admitted to a university to study their program of choice. The tests are also useful to professionals, such as pharmacists who have their pharmacy license from another country and would like to be certified in the United States. The course title is ESL 077: Test Prep. Multiple sections are available. For additional information, contact the course instructor, Melissa Vervinck at (248) 370-2671 or email@example.com.
The second new course is an online grammar class for ESL students. The course will provide individualized instruction for intermediate and advanced students to help them improve their English grammar skills. The course title is ESL 067 Intermediate and Advanced Grammar. Multiple sections are available. For additional information, contact the instructor, Kristine Murray at (248) 370-2379 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ESL office offers courses designed to embrace the main areas of language education: reading, writing, listening and speaking. A variety of courses meet the needs of all language proficiency levels, from beginning through advanced, and are available for international students, the general public, business professionals and families.
For more information about summer programs, courses and camps available through Oakland, view the website at oakland.edu/summer.
Oakland University’s English as a Second Language Center will debut two new courses this summer, a TOEFL prep course and an online grammar course.
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