The goal of the course is to encourage students to apply their linguistic knowledge to everyday life functionally, practically and to be culturally appropriate. The course will cover a variety of different themes, but primarily with a focus on workplaces and everyday life. Students are expected to be able to produce common but polite, and not colloquial uses to different situations. Students are asked to be able to use culturally appropriate demands and to present themselves as professional individuals.
- Global English Hours Hours is a pass/fail course. Please note that graduate students can sign up for this course but will not get the credits. Undergraduate students who would like to waive credits with this course must confirm that his/her department acknowledges the credits of the course before signing up for this class.
- This course is a pass/fail course. Students must attend the class for at least 18 hours per semester (at least 18 hours of attendance for each semester.) Credits will only be recognized when students fulfill the abovementioned requirement and will be issued in the following semester.
- The credits of the course must be acknowledged by the designated department. Please confirm if the credits can be acknowledged or not before signing up for the class. Students cannot drop out after the class begins.
- The session will be on every Wednesday from 12:00 to 13:50, and the class will last for 11 weeks, which is 22 hours in total per semester. The instructor will roll call whenever in class. The credits cannot be counted as valid once a student is absent from class for 3 times or more regardless of the reasons of absence.