This course develops proficiency in writing. The goal is to enable the students to understand and practice the principles of reasoning by means of the introduction to expository modes and techniques of organization. Topics covered include description, narration, definition, example, induction, and others. 

Course designed for students in the business administration and transfer students from the Department of Office Systems. Provides training in effective written business communication in English. Special attention is given to the logical and psychological processes governing the process of writing business letters.

This course integrates the four language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing while developing student’s vocabulary and grammatical structures.

This course is designed to help students increase their confidence, fluency, and correctness in the use of spoken English.  Special attention is given to pronunciation, developing a strong vocabulary, and those features present in oral language such as idiomatic expressions. The idea is to provide the students with the necessary tools to improve their oral competency; to this end, the student will move from simple dialogues to dialogues with a higher technical context.