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Courses for UT Undergraduate Students
We offer classes in English grammar, listening, speaking, reading and writing for undergraduate students who are non-native speakers of English.
These courses are primarily designed for international undergraduate students who are at UT for a semester or year on a reciprocal exchange program. Placement testing is required.
ESL 501G: English Language Grammar
Spring 2021 (63169)
MWF 11:00AM - 12:30PM
This course focuses on improving understanding and use of English grammar in speaking and writing.
ESL 501R: English Language Reading
Spring 2021 (63170)
TTh 2:00 - 4:15PM
This course focuses on improving reading skills with an emphasis on understanding and discussing a variety of texts, using effective reading strategies, developing vocabulary, and increasing reading speed.
ESL 501S: English Language Speaking
Spring 2021 (63175)
MWF 2:00 - 3:30PM
This course focuses on improving listening and speaking through activities such as note-taking, conversation practice, and participating in discussions. Emphasis is on speaking in a variety of contexts; developing appropriate pronunciation, pitch, rhythm, and stress; increasing fluency; and expanding spoken vocabulary.
ESL 501W: English Language Writing
Spring 2021 (63179)
MWF 9:00 - 10:30AM
This course focuses on improving writing skills by increasing writing fluency and accuracy at the sentence, paragraph, and essay levels. Emphasis is on structure, organization, and development of ideas.
These courses are taken on a Credit/No Credit basis. They count as 5 credit hours for purposes of full-time enrollment but do not fulfill UT degree requirements. They typically fulfill home university requirements for students on a reciprocal exchange program.
Registration for these courses is done online. Once students register, they will receive an email with placement testing details. Students can register for these courses until the 12th class day, as long as space permits. Courses are offered in the fall and spring semesters only.