Non-Degree Courses in English Language
(3-credit courses in the English Program)
For the course schedule of each semester, please visit Semester Abroad.
Please note that not all courses below are offered every year. For an overview of the current course schedule, please have a look in our section for Semester Abroad students!
EN203 English Pronunciation
A linguistic approach to the study and practice of
English vowel and consonant pronunciation, as well as English
stress and intonation, with reference to phonetic transcriptions
for the benefit of dictionary consultation.
EN204 Controlled Conversation
A study and practice of the aim, meaning and
process of common conversations, with the emphasis on the aspects
of culture, traditions, and involved gestures.
EN205 Sentences and Short
A study and practice of simple, compound, and
complex sentences, with the emphasis on short paragraph writing.
EN206 Paragraph Writing of
A study of the characteristics of paragraphs, with
practice writing short paragraphs and emphasis on the descriptive
and narrative styles of writing to give information, instruction,
EN230 Introduction to English
and American Literature
A study of the nature, value, methodology, and
historical development of English and American illustration, with
emphasis on terms, conventions and illustrations of certain works
EN305 Argumentative Writing
A study and practice of writing methods needed for
argumentative paragraphs and essays as expressed through cause &
effect, comparison & contrast and analysis, with emphasis on
unity, balance, and coherence.
EN306 Critical Reading
A study of techniques for reading, with the
emphasis on the analysis of validity, context, word formation, and
EN405 Precise, Features, and
A study and practice of writing precise, features,
LI200 Introduction to Language
A study of the questions "What is language?";
animal languages, language and the brain, language variations;
phonological, morphological, and grammatical systems;
transformational grammar, and government and binding syntax;
language acquisition, pragmatics, semantics; language, thought,
culture and writing.