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UFP ESP Program

English for Specific Purposes (ESP) is an advanced and specialized form of language learning that builds on the general and academic English taught in the University Foundation Program (UFP). Therefore, students must successfully exit Foundation English before registering for their ESP courses. These courses help students develop language, research and study skills appropriate to a particular college or profession. Students enroll in two or more ESP courses according to their degree requirements. While UFP is responsible for administering the ESP Program, ESP is not an academic component of the Foundation Program.

ESP Program Overview

College

Course #

Course

Prerequisite

Cr. Hrs.

Science

ESPU   102

English for Science

 ENGU 1304

 3

ESPU   1432

Communication Skills for Science

 ESPU   102

 3

Education

ESPU   103

English for Education

 ENGU   1304

 3

COMS  230

Communication Skills for Education

 ESPU   103

 3

Business & Economics

ESPU   104

English for Business & Economics

 ENGU   1304

 3

COMS 235

Communication Skills for Business

 ESPU   104

 3

ESPU  240

Business Writing in English

 COMS 235

 3

Food & Agriculture

ESPU  106

English for Food & Agriculture

 ENGU   1304

 3

ESPU  1442

Communication Skills for Food & Agriculture

 ESPU   106

 3

Engineering

ESPU  107

English for Engineering

 ENGU   1304

 3

ESPU  1452

Communication Skills for Engineering

 ESPU   107

 3

Humanities & Social Sciences

ESPU  1014

English for Humanities & Social Sciences

 ENGU   1304

 3

 

ESPU  1462

Communication Skills for Humanities & Social   Sciences

 ESPU   1014

 3

Law

ESPU  1052

English for Law 1

 ENGU   1304

 3

ESPU  1472

English for Law 2

 ESPU   1052

 3

Information

 

Technology

ESPU  1081

English for IT 1

 ENGU   1304

 3

ESPU  1082

English for IT 2

 ESPU   1081

 3

ITBP   261

English for IT 3 (Speaking & Writing)

 ESPU   1082

 3

 

Note: ESP studies in the College of Medicine & Health Sciences are integrated into regular college coursework.

 

Jul 27, 2017