The General English Program

Advance your English skills, and enroll in our Intensive English program.

Benefits to you:

  • Build confidence: General English marks the start of new beginnings. Live and thrive on a traditional American campus all while gaining the English language skills you need to be an industry leader.

Program Description

This 16 or 8-week intensive English program is for non-degree students who are motivated to improve their practical English skills in reading, writing, listening, and speaking. The core English language curriculum consists of four levels aligned with the Common European Framework for Languages (CEFR).

Program Structure

  • Applied Integrated Skills: 10 Hours
    The course integrates listening, speaking, reading, and writing to improve students’ English skills.
  • Grammar in Context: 10 Hours
    The course focuses on grammar through writing skills. Students write in a variety of genres with an emphasis on academic discourse.

Total Weekly Classroom Hours = 20 hours 

Program Details

First-Year Program LengthProgram
Curriculum
Credits
Earned Toward
Degree
8-week session

16-week semester session (Fall or Spring)

11-week semester session (Summer)

Planned
N/A

Important Dates

For all application and payment deadlines as well as move-in and program start dates, please visit the Important Dates page.

Program Costs

8 Weeks16-Week Semester Session
(Fall or Spring)
11-Week Semester Session
(Summer)
 Tuition and Fees*$4,000$8,000$8,000
Housing $4,400$8,840$6,630
Health Insurance*$525$675$675
Total$8,925$17,515$15,305

*Prices are subject to change.

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