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桥梁课程项目 College Foundation Program (CFP)

恩波利亚州立大学的创办的桥梁课程是为了语言及学术能力尚未达到直接录取要求的国际学生而设立的特色课程。桥梁课程是指在入读正式课程之前,学生在学习语言的同时,学习一部分大学学术课程,为后续大学学习奠定坚实的基础。桥梁课程与一般的语言课程有着本质的区别。与通常的语言培训不同的是,桥梁课程会根据学生的语言能力搭配一些学术基础课程。恩波利亚州立大学的桥梁项目为期3个学期(2个学期+一个暑假),这是一个为了国际学生更好更省时间更合理的升读本科,以便于更好的去衔接正式课程的项目。

项目要求

录取

桥梁项目录取时间:1、暑期 2、秋季 3、春季

申请截止日期:秋季入学申请截止日:5月1日

                                  春季入学申请截止日:10月1日

                                  夏季入学申请截止日:3月1日

申请材料

项目要求:

-语言课程的评分标准为“合格与“不合格”

-每个学期不能有超过一门“不合格”的语言课程

-必须保持GPA 2.5以上在基础课程

 

 

课程信息

English Preparation Courses 语言加强课

初级

课程

学时

IE 011

Beginning Structure

3

IE 012

Beg Speaking and Understanding

3

IE 013

Beginning Writing

3

IE 014

Beginning Reading

3

中级

课程

Credit Hours

IE 001

Intermediate Structure

3

IE 002

Intermediate Speaking/Understanding

3

IE 003

Intermediate Writing

3

IE 004

Intermediate Reading

3

高级

课程

Credit Hours

IE 005

Advanced Structure

3

IE 006

Advanced Speaking/Understanding

3

IE 008

Advanced Reading

3

IE 009

Advanced Writing

3

 

讲习课

Oral Presentation 口头演讲

Time Management 时间管理

 

TOEFL Preparation 托福班

 

 

Protocol working with faculty

 

 

 

基础课程

MA 097

Beginning & Intermediate Algebra 初级、中级代数

4

IE 101

Advanced Academic English Skills 高级学术英语技巧

3

LR 111

Leading with Purpose

1

CW 101

Freshman Seminar 大一研讨会

1

 

 

学术课程

EC 101

Basic Economics 基础经济

3

GE 101

World Regional Geography 世界地理

3

SP100

Interpersonal Communication 人际沟通

3

HL 150

Critical Health Issues and Decisions in Society健康问题和社会决策

3

AR 105

Art Appreciation 艺术鉴赏

2

PE100

Active Living 积极生活体育课

1

SO261

Intimate Relationships 亲密关系

3

IS 113

Introduction to Microcomputer Applications 计算机应用入门

3

IS 110

Microcomputer Application Lab 计算机应用电脑课

0

 

项目辅助服务

- 新生周到达学校中文指导

-1对1 口语搭档

-全英文宿舍

-暑假游学活动

-学习中心辅导

-英文辅导班

-项目首尾托福考试

课程描述

MA 097 Beginning & Intermediate Algebra

初级 & 中级代数

(Prerequisite, for students whose ACT scores and/or departmental screening examination indicate basic need for computational and algebraic skills prior to enrollment in the proper general education course.) Review of computational skills in the arithmetic of whole numbers, fractions, and decimals. Review of proportion and percent concepts. Review of basic algebra skills including signed numbers, algebraic expressions and simplification, laws of algebra, factoring, equation solving, graphing, and formula usage. Computer aided instruction will enhance skills development.

 

IE 101 Advanced Academic English Skills

高级学术英语技巧

 

The primary focus of this course will be on reading and writing. The class will use various outside reading materials to sharpen critical reading skills, develop critical thinking skills, expand vocabulary, and write essays. Students will also work on speaking and listening skills by giving oral presentations and leading class discussions. There will be no textbook for the course. Instead, the class will rely on outside readings that correspond to the four academic topics. The four working topics which the class will explore include the Humanities, Science, the Arts, and Business.

 

Freshman Seminar

大一研讨会

 

The seminar is a one-credit course that meets twice a week for the first eight weeks of the semester, and is offered in both fall and spring. CW 101 Freshman Seminar-University 101 is a highly interactive course designed to help you adjust to college and to life at Emporia State by teaching you strategies for personal, social, and academic success.

 

Leading with Purpose

 

Many students arrive on campus having done as directed—get good grades, graduate high school, go to college. But after arriving on our campus they experience a lack of direction in life. After previously having been told what to strive toward, determining their own direction can be daunting. This course is designed to support students who are ready to define their own direction in life.

TOEFL Preparation

托福班

 

TBD

 

学术课程

100-level

SP100 Interpersonal Communication 人际沟通

An introduction to the principles and practices of spontaneous, informal interaction between or among human beings. A lecture-laboratory course designed to increase understanding of the process of communicating with another person and develop basic interpersonal skills through structured experiences, group interactions, and readings.

EC 101- Basic Economics 基础经济学

This course is for non-business majors and provides a basic understanding of the economic ideas and institutions. Introductory topics from micro, macro, and international economics are covered in the course.

GE 101-World Regional Geography 世界地理

This course examines issues relevant to people and environments in the world’s regions, using geographic approaches to illustrate human connections to place, and relations between people and places across the globe. The focus of the course is on the dynamism of the world’s regions as they rapidly change, growing more diverse ethnically, politically, economically, and culturally and at the same time more connected as globalizing forces cross borders to blend cultures, economies, industries and other activities with global reach, as the world becomes ever-more connected through instant communication and travel. Students will learn about the elements of culture that link peoples of different regions as growing human populations consume resources from all over the world.

HL 150 Critical Health Issues and Decisions in Society 健康问题和社会决策

Critical Health Issues and Decisions in Society examines underlying health and wellness issues and recommendations and the theory and practice of implementing health enhancement strategies. In addition, the relationship between health and larger cultural and societal issues are analyzed. This course encourages students to confront the broad issues that link health to political and social policies. Risk assessment and behavior change strategies will be addressed.

AR 105 Art Appreciation 艺术鉴赏

The course discusses how and why art is made. The class covers how art is produced, discusses the visual principles involved in looking at art and the aesthetics of art, and covers some of the highlights of the history of art.

PE 100 Active Living积极生活体育课

This course is designed to expose students to facts about and experiences in dealing with motor, physical, and physiological aspects of the human being. Specific areas of study include physical fitness, nutrition, stress management, and use of lifetime sports. Students will have several opportunities to assess various aspects of their own fitness.

SO 261 Intimate Relationships 亲密关系

Emphasizes the relationships in marriage and family living both theoretically and anecdotally. A study of individual differences, family structures and functions, external forces affecting the family, and changes over the family life cycle will be addressed/

IS 113 Introduction to Microcomputer Applications计算机应用入门?

This course is design to help students learn basic computer concepts and microcomputer applications in the Microsoft Windows environment. Students will utilize word processing, spreadsheet, database and presentation graphics software to solve realistic business problem. Students will also be exposed to Internet access and navigation, ethical concepts and security.

IS 110 Micro-computer Application Lab计算机应用电脑课

This course is designed to help students learn technology concepts and essential business application through a combination lecture and hands-on lab setting. Students will develop proficiency in the latest Microsoft Office products. Students will apply business logic and software expertise to solver real world business problems. This three credit hour course is delivered with one hour lecture (IS 113) and two one hour lab format (IS 110). The lectures and labs are coordinated with all course credit deriving from the lecture portion of the course. The syllabus describes the course requirement that are delivered through both the lecture and labs.

 

 

 

恩波利亚州立大学国际教育办公室

Office of International Education

 

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Emporia, Kansas 66801-5415 U.S.A

电话:620-341-5374

传真:620-341-5918

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