ENG 225: Writing for Business

This course aims to develop students’ skills in writing business documents such as CV’s, correspondence, memoranda, short and long reports, and proposals necessary to communicate effectively in the business world.

ENG 207: Professional Communication For Engineers

This course develops technical writing and professional communication skills through engineering multidisciplinary projects (EMDPs). Analyzes, through EMDPs and teamwork, the distinctive features of various professional oral and written genres. Develops and enhances work ethics, leadership, interpersonal and decision-making skills.

ENG 224 : English Grammar

This course focuses on the fundamental rules of English grammar as they relate to sentence structure and function. Explores different systems of analysis including an introduction to the analysis of texts.


ENG 401 : Advanced English Grammar

The course provides an intensive investigation into contemporary English sentence structure, function, and meaning. It also analyzes how structure types and sentence relationships are realized in various texts and genres. In addition, the course discusses issues relative to descriptive/prescriptive approaches to language.


ENG 331 : The Sound Pattern of Language

Examines the nature of the rules governing the sound system of language with special emphasis on English. Introduces the study of the physiology of speech production and phonetic transcription through practical exercises. Students also examine inflectional and derivational rules in language and study word formation processes.


ENG 234 : Language in Society

ENG234 examines language variation within different linguistic communities and looks at various social factors that may explain such variation. Readings and lectures will explore issues in sociolinguistics such as Language, standard language, dialect, accent, register, style, pidgins , creoles, code switching and multilingualism.


ENG 302 : Stylistics

ENG 302 examines the essential concepts and techniques of literary stylistics, and uses literary texts to illustrate and explain a variety of English language structures.


ENG 321 : Cultures in Contact

This Course introduces students to the ways in which language and culture influence human interaction in a variety of cultural and interpersonal contexts. It covers a broad range of topics, including perception differences, worldview, identity, verbal and nonverbal styles of communication, and the effect of bias and conflicting value systems on cross‐cultural communication.


COM 102 : Writing and Reading Across the Curriculum

This course builds on the basic writing skills acquired in COM 101 to improve the academic writing of students and prepare them for the various types of writing they are likely to find in advanced courses at this university.  The course focuses on the development of critical thinking, active reading, and analytical writing skills across the curriculum.  Students will learn and practice the writing structures and forms necessary to implement and express these skills.


COM 001: Fundamentals of Writing

This course develops the skills of reading and writing and teaches grammar competencies needed to write complex English sentences. Students will learn how to write and support topic sentences and build coherent and unified paragraphs.