Undergraduate Catalog


English as an International Language Certificate

A certificate in English as an international language consists of 24 semester hours (two semesters) of credit in ENIN course work and indicates the equivalent levels of language study successfully completed at the University. A grade of “C” or better is required in each of the courses selected to satisfy the certificate program.

Certificate Requirements

For certification of language proficiency at a particular level, the following core courses are required:

Basic Level:

ENIN 020Culture of American Classroom

3

ENIN 021Computer Skills for Non-Native Speakers

2

ENIN 022Basic Literacy for Non-Native Speakers

4

ENIN 023Vocabulary Basics for Non-Native Speakers

3

ENIN 024Basic Level Communication Skills

4

Beginning Level:

ENIN 030Beginning Level Listening for Non-Native Speakers

3

ENIN 031Beginning Level Grammar for Non-Native Speakers

3

ENIN 032Beginning Level Reading for Non-Native Speakers

3

ENIN 033Beginning Level Communication for Non-Native Speakers

3

ENIN 034Beginning Level Composition for Non-Native Speakers

4

Intermediate Level:

ENIN 400Intermediate Listening for Non-Native Speakers

3

ENIN 410Intermediate Grammar for Non-Native Speakers

3

ENIN 420Intermediate Reading for Non-Native Speakers

3

ENIN 430Intermediate Communication Skills for Non-Native Speakers

3

ENIN 440Intermediate Composition for Non-Native Speakers

4

Advance Level:

ENIN 460Advanced Grammar for Non-Native Speakers

3

ENIN 470Advanced Reading for Non-Native Speakers

3

ENIN 480Advanced Communication Skills for Non-Native Speakers

3

ENIN 485Advanced Listening for Specific Purposes

3

ENIN 490Advanced Composition for Non-Native Speakers

4

The courses listed above correspond to the current curriculum taught at various levels in the Intensive English Language Program. All 400-level ENIN classes will be graded “A,” “B,” “C,” “D,” “F,” with a plus/minus scale, “P,” or “NC.” All developmental ENIN classes are graded S/U.