Pathways to Academic Readiness: English Language Program for Conditional Admission to Florida Atlantic University

 

PAR Curriculum 

 

Level A Undergraduate

Level A Graduate

UG SLS course

2 credits

 

 

Pronunciation

3 hours a week

Pronunciation

3 hours a week

Speaking and Listening II

6 hours a week

Speaking and Listening II

6 hours a week

Reading and Writing II

6 hours a week

Reading and Writing II

6 hours a week

American Culture

3 hour a week

American Culture

3 hour a week

Required Lab Activities (grammar)

3 hours a week

Required Lab Activities (grammar)

3 hours a week

 

Level B Undergraduate

Level B Graduate

UG course

ENC 1101

(for ESOL/non-native English speakers

3 credits

Graduate Level Courses

3 – 6 credits

UG course

General IFP

3 credits

 

 

Communication & Presentation Skills

3 hours a week

Communication & Presentation Skills

3 hours a week

English for Academic Purposes

3 hours a week

English for Academic Purposes

3 hours a week

Research Skills

3 hours a week

Research Skills

3 hours a week

 

Required Writing Lab Activities

 

2 hours a week

Required Lab Activities

2 hours per week

Test Preparation

Varies

Test Preparation

Varies



Faculty

All PAR courses are taught by faculty who hold a master’s degree in TESL, a related academic filed, who are pursuing the M.A degree in Linguistics at Florida Atlantic University and have completed 18 hours of graduate-level coursework. All are dedicated and caring professionals who provide individualized attention to our students.

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