Center for International Education - Study Abroad
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Callaghan, Renee
Senior Lecturer, Center for International Education
Center for International Education (IE) 6
410-677-4683 or ext 74683
rgcallaghansalisburyedu
 
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2014 Spring

  • ELI 22-001 ACADEMIC READING II
    This five-level reading series is designed to help non-native speaking students become more effective readers in English. The focus is on reading strategies, reading comprehension and analysis of a variety of text types. After completing the course series, students should able to read, comprehend and analyze level-appropriate academic texts, narrative prose and descriptive essays. Students should be able to apply appropriate reading strategies, comprehension strategies and prior knowledge, specifically employing reading skills and utilizing vocabulary skills. This course is available twice in a school year – one in the fall and one in the spring – and meets three hours every week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: Michigan English Placement Test. Three hours per week.
  • ELI 24-002 ACADEMIC READING IV
    This five-level reading series is designed to help non-native speaking students become more effective readers in English. The focus is on reading strategies, reading comprehension and analysis of a variety of text types. After completing the course series, students should able to read, comprehend and analyze level-appropriate academic texts, narrative prose and descriptive essays. Students should be able to apply appropriate reading strategies, comprehension strategies and prior knowledge, specifically employing reading skills and utilizing vocabulary skills. This course is available twice in a school year – one in the fall and one in the spring – and meets three hours every week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: Michigan English Placement Test. Three hours per week.
  • ELI 32-001 ACADEMIC WRITING II
    This four-level writing series is designed to help non-native speaking students become effective writers in an academic setting. The focus is on academic writing, which includes the mastery of punctuation and grammar structures and editing and revising to improve communication. This course is available twice in a school year and meets three hours every week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: Michigan English Placement Test. Three hours per week.
  • ELI 98-001 WRITING FOR GRAD RESEARCH
    This course is an advanced level course in which non-native speaking students will be guided with well-researched models and provided with plenty of opportunities to practice how to organize their thoughts and communicate them in a scholarly manner in writing. By the end of the course, students will be able to write a publishable paper in their own academic field. This course meets three hours on a weekly basis and is offered in the spring and fall as long as we a cohort of 8 students. This course will only be offered in the fall.

2014 Summer I

  • ELI 33-001 ACADEMIC WRITING III
    This four-level writing series is designed to help non-native speaking students become effective writers in an academic setting. The focus is on academic writing, which includes the mastery of punctuation and grammar structures and editing and revising to improve communication. This course is available twice in a school year and meets three hours every week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: Michigan English Placement Test. Three hours per week.

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Cooledge, Susan
Senior Lecturer, Center for International Education
Center for International Education (IE) 4
410-677-4683 or ext 74683
slcooledgesalisburyedu
 
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2014 Spring

  • ELI 31-002 ACADEMIC WRITING I
    This four-level writing series is designed to help non-native speaking students become effective writers in an academic setting. The focus is on academic writing, which includes the mastery of punctuation and grammar structures and editing and revising to improve communication. This course is available twice in a school year and meets three hours every week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: Michigan English Placement Test. Three hours per week.
  • ELI 32-002 ACADEMIC WRITING II
    This four-level writing series is designed to help non-native speaking students become effective writers in an academic setting. The focus is on academic writing, which includes the mastery of punctuation and grammar structures and editing and revising to improve communication. This course is available twice in a school year and meets three hours every week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: Michigan English Placement Test. Three hours per week.
  • ELI 33-001 ACADEMIC WRITING III
    This four-level writing series is designed to help non-native speaking students become effective writers in an academic setting. The focus is on academic writing, which includes the mastery of punctuation and grammar structures and editing and revising to improve communication. This course is available twice in a school year and meets three hours every week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: Michigan English Placement Test. Three hours per week.
  • ELI 34-001 ACADEMIC WRITING IV
    This four-level writing series is designed to help non-native speaking students become effective writers in an academic setting. The focus is on academic writing, which includes the mastery of punctuation and grammar structures and editing and revising to improve communication. This course is available twice in a school year and meets three hours every week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: Michigan English Placement Test. Three hours per week.

2014 Summer II

  • ELI 99-003 INTENSIVE STDY ABRD PROGRAM
    Designed to provide a rich learning experience for students from SU partnering institutions. Integrate linguistic, cultural and academic experiences through in-class instruction and first-hand experiences in various settings, both academic and social. See and experience American life. Take weekend-long cultural excursions to East Coast cities and resorts, including Ocean City; Washington, D.C.; New York; and Philadelphia.
  • ELI 99-004 INTENSIVE STDY ABRD PROGRAM
    Designed to provide a rich learning experience for students from SU partnering institutions. Integrate linguistic, cultural and academic experiences through in-class instruction and first-hand experiences in various settings, both academic and social. See and experience American life. Take weekend-long cultural excursions to East Coast cities and resorts, including Ocean City; Washington, D.C.; New York; and Philadelphia.

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Cooper, Sean
Senior Lecturer, Center for International Education
Center for International Education (IE) 6
410-677-4683 or ext 74683
sgcoopersalisburyedu
 
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2014 Spring

  • ELI 43-001 ACADEMIC SPEAKING III
    This two-level series is designed to help non-native speaking students become more effective speakers and listeners in an academic setting. Students become familiar with common assignments, such as group discussion and individual presentations. Students learn how to develop PowerPoint presentations, how to take notes effectively and how to absorb material learned in class. This two level course will be available twice in a school year and it will meet three hours every week. This course is available twice in a school year and meets three hours every week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: ELI oral communication test. Three hours per week.
  • ELI 44-001 ACADEMIC SPEAKING IV
    This two-level series is designed to help non-native speaking students become more effective speakers and listeners in an academic setting. Students become familiar with common assignments, such as group discussion and individual presentations. Students learn how to develop PowerPoint presentations, how to take notes effectively and how to absorb material learned in class. This two level course will be available twice in a school year and it will meet three hours every week. This course is available twice in a school year and meets three hours every week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: ELI oral communication test. Three hours per week.
  • ELI 84-001 AMERCN CULTURE THRU MOVIE
    Designed to help non-native speaking international students at higher level of English proficiency (Levels III and IV) become more knowledgeable about American cultures while improving their oral English comprehension and expression. At the same time, become exposed to authentic academic contents similar to those used in a regular university classroom. Course is available twice a year (fall and spring semesters) and meets three hours every week. Prerequisite is successful completion of all Level 2 courses or placement test results (65 percent or higher).
  • ELI 90-001 PRESENTING FOR GRAD RSRCH
    This course is designed for advanced level students. In this course, non-native speaking students will be exploring and practicing some of the well-researched strategies for presenting ideas for their graduate research. The objectives for this course will include helping non-native speakers become confident in making presentations to communicate their graduate research either in a small class setting or to a large group of audience. This course meets three hours on a weekly basis and is offered in the spring and fall as long as we a cohort of 8 students. This course will only be offered in the fall.
  • MDFL 102-003 ELEMENTARY LANG STUDY II
    Second semester opportunity for exploration and study of languages not normally offered in the fixed curriculum. May be repeated once under a different subtitle. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIA or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IB).

2014 Summer II

  • ELI 99-002 INTENSIVE STDY ABRD PROGRAM
    Designed to provide a rich learning experience for students from SU partnering institutions. Integrate linguistic, cultural and academic experiences through in-class instruction and first-hand experiences in various settings, both academic and social. See and experience American life. Take weekend-long cultural excursions to East Coast cities and resorts, including Ocean City; Washington, D.C.; New York; and Philadelphia.

2014 Fall

  • MDFL 101-005 ELEMENTARY LANG STUDY I
    Exploration and study of languages not normally in the fixed curriculum. May be repeated once under a different subtitle. Three hours per week plus enhancement. Meets General Education IIIA or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IB).

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Emhoff, Jessica
English Language Institute Lecturer, Center for International Education
410-677-5027 or ext 75027
jlemhoffsalisburyedu
 
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2014 Summer II

  • ELI 99-005 INTENSIVE STDY ABRD PROGRAM
    Designed to provide a rich learning experience for students from SU partnering institutions. Integrate linguistic, cultural and academic experiences through in-class instruction and first-hand experiences in various settings, both academic and social. See and experience American life. Take weekend-long cultural excursions to East Coast cities and resorts, including Ocean City; Washington, D.C.; New York; and Philadelphia.

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Habashy, Noel
Study Abroad Advisor, Center for International Education
Center for International Education (IE) 103
410-677-4698 or ext 74698
nbhabashysalisburyedu
[website]
 
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2014 Spring

  • IDIS 280-453 SPECIAL TOPICS IN INTERDIS ST
    Interdisciplinary seminar with content varying semester to semester. May be repeated under different titles for a maximum of six hours. One to six hours per week.

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Liszkowska, Agata
Associate Director, Center for International Education
Center for International Education (IE) 5
410-677-5495 or ext 75495
axliszkowskasalisburyedu
[website]
 
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Porter-Long, Caroline
Senior Lecturer, Center for International Education
410-677-5027 or ext 75027
ctporter-longsalisburyedu
 
Courses  []
  • ELI 23-002 ACADEMIC READING III
    This five-level reading series is designed to help non-native speaking students become more effective readers in English. The focus is on reading strategies, reading comprehension and analysis of a variety of text types. After completing the course series, students should able to read, comprehend and analyze level-appropriate academic texts, narrative prose and descriptive essays. Students should be able to apply appropriate reading strategies, comprehension strategies and prior knowledge, specifically employing reading skills and utilizing vocabulary skills. This course is available twice in a school year – one in the fall and one in the spring – and meets three hours every week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: Michigan English Placement Test. Three hours per week.
  • ELI 23-003 ACADEMIC READING III
    This five-level reading series is designed to help non-native speaking students become more effective readers in English. The focus is on reading strategies, reading comprehension and analysis of a variety of text types. After completing the course series, students should able to read, comprehend and analyze level-appropriate academic texts, narrative prose and descriptive essays. Students should be able to apply appropriate reading strategies, comprehension strategies and prior knowledge, specifically employing reading skills and utilizing vocabulary skills. This course is available twice in a school year – one in the fall and one in the spring – and meets three hours every week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: Michigan English Placement Test. Three hours per week.
  • ELI 33-003 ACADEMIC WRITING III
    This four-level writing series is designed to help non-native speaking students become effective writers in an academic setting. The focus is on academic writing, which includes the mastery of punctuation and grammar structures and editing and revising to improve communication. This course is available twice in a school year and meets three hours every week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: Michigan English Placement Test. Three hours per week.
  • ELI 96-001 SLCT READINGS OF AMER CLSCS
    An advanced-level course. Read various classics from American literature and participate in discussions of the readings, write reactionary pieces to the literature and keep a reading journal. May also explore other materials, such as book reviews, film clips and blogs. Meets three hours per week and is offered in the spring and fall.

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Song, Hongzhuan
Faculty, Center for International Education
Center for International Education (IE) 7
410-677-5455 or ext 75455
hxsongsalisburyedu
 
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Stiegler, Brian
Director, Center for International Education
Faculty, Modern Languages
Center for International Education (IE) 2
410-677-5055 or ext 75055
bnstieglersalisburyedu
[website]
 
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  • ANTH 200-901 TOPICS IN ANTHROPOLOGY
    Study of specific topics in varied fields of anthropology. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).
  • CHIN 202-901 PRE-INTERMEDIATE CHINESE II
    Provides the final preparation for students to work at an intermediate level in authentic readings and topics. Increasingly sophisticated cultural tasks are performed in four areas of language development: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Prerequisite: CHIN 203 or at least 3 years of high school Chinese or equivalent experience. Four hours per week. Meets General Education IIIA or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IB).
  • GENL 499-901 STUDY ABROAD
    STUDY ABROAD
  • GENL 499-902 STUDY ABROAD
    STUDY ABROAD
  • GENL 499-903 STUDY ABROAD
    STUDY ABROAD
  • GENL 499-904 STUDY ABROAD
    STUDY ABROAD
  • GENL 499-905 STUDY ABROAD
    STUDY ABROAD
  • GENL 499-906 STUDY ABROAD
    STUDY ABROAD
  • HIST 362-901 CHINESE CIVILIZATION
    Chinese civilization from its origins in the Bronze Age to the rise of nationalism and communism in the 20th century. Attention divided equally between political and cultural history, emphasizing the development of traditional institutions in Chinese society, as well as art, literature, religion and philosophy. Prerequisites: Sophomore standing or permission of instructor. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIB.
  • MDFL 101-901 ELEMENTARY LANG STUDY I
    Exploration and study of languages not normally in the fixed curriculum. May be repeated once under a different subtitle. Three hours per week plus enhancement. Meets General Education IIIA or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IB).
  • MDFL 248-901 STU CONTEMPORARY CULTURE
    Exploration and study of the ways of life and contemporary culture of peoples of the industrialized world not normally studied as a part of the fixed curriculum. May be repeated once under a different subtitle. Taught in English. Three hours per week plus enhancement. Meets General Education IIIA or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IB).
  • MDFL 399-907 INTERNATIONAL FIELD STUDY
    On-site study of the geography, history and culture of selected foreign countries. Work in field preceded by pre-tour lectures. May be repeated with new content and different subtitle.
  • MUSC 220-901 INTRO TO WORLD MUSIC
    Introduction to world musical traditions and practices, such as Africa, China, India, Japan, and the Americas. Ability to read music is not necessary. Open to non-music majors, music majors and minors. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education requirement IIIA or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IB).
  • POSC 390-901 INTERNATIONAL FIELD STUDY
    On-site study of the politics, history, economy and culture of selected countries. Work in the field preceded by pre-tour lectures and readings. May be repeated once for credit. Number of credits offered to be determined by the department.
  • SPAN 300-901 TOPICS IN SPANISH
    Study of an author, period, movement, genre or theme. Topic varies semester to semester. May be repeated once with new content. Prerequisite/Corequisite: SPAN 310 or SPAN 313. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • SPAN 300-902 TOPICS IN SPANISH
    Study of an author, period, movement, genre or theme. Topic varies semester to semester. May be repeated once with new content. Prerequisite/Corequisite: SPAN 310 or SPAN 313. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • SPAN 310-901 ORAL & WRITTEN COMPOSITION
    Develops facility to sustain oral and written discussion in Spanish. Students practice the basic patterns of Spanish syntax and develop vocabulary by preparing frequent oral and written compositions. Recommended Prerequisite: SPAN 202 or equivalent experience. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • SPAN 312-901 CONVERSATION
    Develops confidence and correctness in spoken Spanish through practice in conversation, reports and discussions. Prerequisite or Corequisite: SPAN 310. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • SPAN 322-902 SPANISH FOR BUSINESS
    Develops the ability to use Spanish to conduct business in both the U.S. and abroad. Provides a solid foundation in the vocabulary and discourse related to the modern business office, economics, management, marketing, banking and other aspects of a business environment. Prerequisite or Corequisite: SPAN 310 or SPAN 313. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • SPAN 330-901 TOPICS HISPANIC LIT TRANSLAT
    Reading, analysis and discussion of some of the classic works of Spanish and Latin American literature. Taught in English. Does not count toward the Spanish minor. May be taken once for credit toward the Spanish major. Cross-listed with ENGL 318. Prerequisite: C or better in ENGL 103. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IB (Prior to Fall 2008: IA).
  • SPAN 336-901 SURVEY OF LATIN AMERICAN LIT
    Study of the evolution of Latin American literature. Provides students with the opportunity to read, analyze, discuss and write about seminal works by representative writers from each literary movement and genre. Recommended Prerequisite or Corequisite: SPAN 310. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IB (Prior to Fall 2008: IA).
  • SPAN 400-901 ADV STYLISTICS & ORAL EXPRES
    Refinement and sophistication of written and oral expression in Spanish. Prerequisite: SPAN 310 or permission of instructor. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • SPAN 498-901 INTERNSHIP
    Students will perform a minimum of six hours of service per week over a thirteen-week period in a social service agency that assists Hispanic and other ethnic groups in the community. They will meet for fifty-minutes bi-weekly in seminar to discuss the textbook, their experiences, and share their reflections about the situations of the Spanish population in the area. May be repeated for a total of eight credits. Prerequisites: Permission of the instructor and the chair of the department.

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Stoakley, Dawn
Administrative Assistant II, Center for International Education
Center for International Education (IE) 3
410-677-4834 or ext 74834
drstoakleysalisburyedu
[website]
 
Yesiltas, Chandra
Senior Lecturer, Center for International Education
410-677-5027 or ext 75027
clyesiltassalisburyedu
 
Courses  []
  • ELI 14-002 GRAM/STRUC: FORM & FUNC IV
    This four-level communicative grammar series is designed to help non-native speaking students become familiar with the rules of essential English grammar (form) and know when to apply them and what they mean (function). Integrates all four communication skills while applying the rules being taught. This course is available twice in a school year and meets three hours every week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: Michigan English Placement Test. Three hours per week.
  • ELI 33-002 ACADEMIC WRITING III
    This four-level writing series is designed to help non-native speaking students become effective writers in an academic setting. The focus is on academic writing, which includes the mastery of punctuation and grammar structures and editing and revising to improve communication. This course is available twice in a school year and meets three hours every week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: Michigan English Placement Test. Three hours per week.
  • ELI 34-002 ACADEMIC WRITING IV
    This four-level writing series is designed to help non-native speaking students become effective writers in an academic setting. The focus is on academic writing, which includes the mastery of punctuation and grammar structures and editing and revising to improve communication. This course is available twice in a school year and meets three hours every week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: Michigan English Placement Test. Three hours per week.
  • ELI 97-001 TOEFL/GRE/GMAT
    A test prep course, assists learners in focusing on the improvement of spoken and written English skills prepare to take the TOEFL, GRE or GMAT exams. Enhances learners’ use of the English language and is tailored to help language learners develop test-taking strategies and provide tips to help them succeed in standardized testing at large. Course meets three hours per week and is offered in the spring and fall (dependent on cohort reaching eight students).

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