English for Academic & Professional Purposes (EAPP) Program is free and open for enrollment

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The English for Academic and Professional Purposes (EAPP) program is thrilled to offer our non-credit course again this semester. This program is a free, non-credit, ungraded program that is open to everyone.

Students, scholars, and professionals learn the specialized English found in American universities and workplaces. This project-based, integrated skills program offers continuing development in all the modalities (writing, speaking, reading, listening) and aspects of English (vocabulary, grammar, and socialization). Students enrolled in the EAPP program improve language skills by using web-based studies and in-person sessions in order to accommodate busy schedules.  Students also have the opportunity for conversation partners and one-on-one sessions.

Students can now enroll in the Fall 2014  EAPP program

Students have the option to attend at either campus beginning Thursday, September 4th.

Classes meet for one hour weekly  at the

  • Downtown campus in Tidewater, Room 1204  every Thursday at 2:00pm
  • Uptown campus in Norman Mayer, Room 102 every Wednesday at 1:00pm.

This is a hybrid online and in-person program. While you are free to participate only online, you will gain the most from the program by attending at least one weekly on-site session.  This in-person class is supplemented by an online component that will give you the background knowledge for the in-person portion. You are free to complete the online work at any time prior to that week's in-person session. Remember,  the more you attend, the more you will benefit!

To enroll, follow these steps:

  1. Visitwww.coursesites.com/s/_tulane2014
  2. Click Self-Enroll in this course
  3. Register for an account and then you will automatically be enrolled!

The Tulane Center for Global Education is excited to offer this program and look forward to working with you all this semester! Contact LearnEng@tulane.edu with any questions.

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