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ESLN 317 - American Language and Culture II


Students explore themes in American society and pop culture. Using reading, media, and oral assignments, international students develop American cultural capital to help them better understand America’s people and society. The focus is on building the four linguistic communicative competencies through practice and application.

Credit 3 hrs
Grade Mode Normal (A-F) Course Rotation

Prerequisite(s) Placement by the ESL Advisor according to on-campus placement test through the ESL Office or by the sub-scores on either the TOEFL, MELAB, or IELTS exam (at the time of application, students have the option of providing a TOEFL/MELAB/IELTS score, or taking a placement test upon arrival)
Department Permission is required

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