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ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES

Director of the Language Center S. Hamano

Credit for the courses listed below does not apply toward any degree or certificate offered by GW. Students who are not placed into EAP 6109 or 6110 require instructor’s permission to register.

6109 Academic Writing and Communication Skills for International Graduate Students (3)
  The research/writing process. Practice in reading university-level materials and reading-based writing with focus on key writing and oral communication skills.
6110-11 Academic Writing and Research for International Graduate Students I–II (3-3)
  EAP 6110: The research/writing process. Practice in reading university-level materials and reading-based writing with a focus on key writing skills. EAP 6111: Academic writing and advanced research course for students who demonstrate high proficiency in English. Small group work and oral presentations on research.
 

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