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English as a Second Language


English as a Second Language classes are for adults 18 years and older whose first language is not English. Each course is designed to focus on developing and advancing English language skills in listening, speaking, reading, writing, and grammar.

Registration Information:

  • Students must register in person
  • At the time of registration, a quick pre-assessment will be conducted to determine an appropriate instructional level
  • Students will be scheduled for a CASAS test
  • Upon completion of the CASAS test, students will be directed to the appropriate class


Course #       Level                           Day    Time                              Instructor      Room

3005.01        Beginning Low        M-Th  9 am – 12:30 pm                TBD                13

3005.07        Beginning Low        M-Th  5:30 pm – 9 pm                  TBD                13

3115.01        Beginning High        M-Th  9 am – 12:30 pm                TBD               11

3115.07        Beginning High        M-Th  5:30 pm – 9 pm                  TBD               11

3120.01        Intermediate           M-F    9 am – 12:30 pm                TBD                10

3120.07        Intermediate           M-Th  5:30 pm – 9 pm                  TBD                10

3130.01        Advanced                 M-F    9 am – 12:30 pm                TBD                15

3130.07        Advanced                 M-Th  5:30 pm – 9 pm                  TBD                15


ESL Transition to the Workplace or Continuing Your Education

This course supports advanced and proficient English learners by providing continuing education in the development of English skills. Curriculum is specifically designed to develop English skills in preparation for workforce preparations and/or continuing education.  Students participate in a blended learning environment that includes teacher directed instruction and online learning activities.


Course #              Day        Time                                      Instructor            Room   

3180.04                 T, Th      12:00 pm – 2:00 pm        Romero                12/CRC


Medical Terminology for English Learners

This is a specifically designed course for English Learners who are concurrently enrolled in the C.N.A. program or one of our other healthcare courses. In this course, English Learners gain knowledge and understanding of the meanings, usage, and abbreviations of basic medical terms. Students will apply the knowledge gained in this class to the instruction and skills learned in workforce readiness and workforce preparation courses.


Prerequisites: Ability to read and write English at the Advanced level with a minimum CASAS score of 220; concurrent enrollment in ESL Transition and C.N.A.


Course #              Day        Time                                      Instructor            Room

3200.04                 M            1:00 pm – 2:30 pm          Ibrahim                22