Professional English Courses
Business English, ESL 0903
An advanced course for students who want to improve their communication in a business setting. The class focuses on English as it is used in international trade, finance, and marketing. Students practice listening and speaking skills (including voice mail), read and discuss business materials, and practice writing e-mail and business letters.
Pronunciation, ESL 3551/0951
Course content and activities center around improving the production and perception of the sounds of the English language: individual sounds, rhythm, intonation, word and sentence stress, and linking phenomena in fast speech.
Pronunciation Improvement, ESL 3550/0950
A shorter version of ESL 3551/951, this seven-week course covers the areas that most students benefit from working on. The goal is to improve production and perception of the sounds of the English Language: individual sounds, rhythm, intonation, word and sentence stress, and linking phenomena in fast speech.
For more information about these courses please call: 612-624-1503; or send an e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Professional English Communication for Non-native Speakers
The Continuing Professional Education Program also offers courses in business communication for non-native speakers. Communication in your work environment has a direct impact on how you are perceived and on how well you achieve your personal and professional goals.
These courses and a certificate are specifically designed to meet the unique needs of non-native English speakers living and working in the United States, and are offered on demand or via on-site training at businesses.
For more information on the certificate and courses, go to Certificate Requirements.