English for Academic and Professional Development (EAPD) – Classes start June 29!

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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO EXTENSION
WWW.EXTENSION.UCSD.EDU/EAPD
ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (EAPD)

Do you need more confidence in your English speaking and writing skills for personal and professional development?

ACADEMIC AND BUSINESS WRITING:
• Academic Writing (3 units)
• Advanced Topics in Academic Writing
(1 unit)
• Business Writing for Non-native English
Speakers (3 units)
• Scientific & Technical Writing for Nonnative
English Speakers (3 units)
• Topics in Writing Mechanics (1 unit)

CONVERSATION AND ORAL PRESENTATION:
• Advanced Conversation Improvement (not
for credit)
• Conversation Improvement (not for credit)
• Effective Oral Presentation (3 units)
GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY:
• Grammar and Editing I (3 units)
• Grammar and Editing II (3 units)
• Grammar/Vocabulary Building (3 units)
• Topics in Advanced English Structure
(1 unit)

PRONUNCIATION AND FLUENCY:
• Accent Modification Seminar (not for
credit)
• Advanced Pronunciation and Fluency
(3 units)
• Pronunciation and Fluency (3 units)

Enroll in one of University of California, San Diego Extension’s English language courses
offered in the evening to suit your busy schedule:

Please remember that UC San Diego full-time matriculated students are eligible for:

  • 10% discount of up to $50 per quarter (proper ID must be presented in person at time of enrollment).
  • $25 early enrollment discount on all 3-unit classes if register before June 10.

QUESTIONS? Contact: eapd@ucsd.edu

Check out the flyers:
Transportation Map with Hyperlinks

SU15-1009 EAPD Flyer

EAPD_2015

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