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English Courses for Non Native Speakers
All students are required to take an English and Math Placement test prior to course registration their first semester. Some students may be waived from placement testing based on college coursework in the United States or TOEFL scores (if submitted). Students will be placed in the English level that corresponds to their test results. ESL is designed as a series of three courses that are full time and expected to be completed together. You must complete one level successfully before moving on to a higher level. At the ESL levels, students do NOT take courses toward their major but instead are improving their English skills for the college level. Students that are at the ENG 106, 107 or 108 levels are taking classes toward their degree levels while taking pre-requisite and requirement English courses.
To learn more about the English courses offered for non-native English speakers, click here.