Intensive English Program

Intensive English Program (IEP)

The Intensive English Program (IEP) is designed to help international (F1 Visa) students to improve their English language skills, often in preparation for college-level study.

During each fall and spring semester, IEP students take five courses—in listening/speaking, reading, writing, grammar, and supplemental skill development.  They spend 15 hours a week in the classroom and 4 hours a week in the lab. 
IEP students may also take listening/speaking, reading, writing, and grammar courses during the summer session.

ESOL Courses

The Intensive English Program consists of 25 courses. 

Intensive English Program Brochure


LevelListening/SpeakingReadingWriting Grammar Supplemental Skill Development
0Listening/Speaking 0Reading 0Writing 0Grammar 0Skill Development-Listening/Speaking
1Listening/Speaking 1Reading 1Writing 1Grammar 1Skill Development-Listening/Speaking
2Listening/Speaking 2Reading 2Writing 2Grammar 2Skill Development-Grammar
3Listening/Speaking 3Reading 3Writing 3Grammar 3Skill Development-Writing
4Listening/Speaking 4Reading 4Writing 4Grammar 4Skill Development-Reading

 

Placement

New students are placed into an appropriate starting level based on the results of a placement test given here at the college. 

 

How to enter the Intensive English Program

If you are interested in entering the IEP, contact the Brookhaven College Multicultural Center by calling 972-860-4192, or at the Student Services Center, Bldg. S, Room S136.