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The MSOE Intensive Academic ESL program prepares conditionally admitted international students whose native language is not English for academic success in the Milwaukee School of Engineering.
Coursework provides a strong framework to accelerate and support student’s mastery of academic content and language skills in all four-language areas. The integrated program’s strategic based approach develops effective academic listening, fluent and accurate academic reading and writing, note taking, critical thinking, and test-taking skills with solid academic vocabulary integration throughout all content areas. Emphasis is given to the use of higher level thinking skills within cross-curricular units based on authentic college level academic textbooks.
Take Control--> Get to classes, Do your homework, Give your papers to professors on time... you are in college now! Get to Class --> Attendance is super important! Do not think that you can miss aPreviewHide preview
Thank you to all ESL-Students for such a wonderful time and experience. Our picnic today was a wonderful success and commemorates the ending of an academic journey and the beginning of a wonderfulPreviewHide preview
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I had a chance to take Doing Business with China program. This program consists two parts: The Domestic Course (MG8042a) and The International Course (MG8042b). The Domestic Course is a prerequisitePreviewHide preview
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