EPS Courses - English for Professional Success (EPS) Courses
Domestic and International undergraduate students as well as International graduate students may also register in:
About the regular EPS courses:
EPS has been a course like no other. As part of the EPS curriculum, I not only got a chance to polish my reading, writing and speaking skills, but also got a chance to learn about countries and cultures different from my own. It gave me a chance to present my culture, ideas and beliefs to others and showed me how to provide and receive constructive criticism. I am glad to say I am leaving the EPS class well trained and more confident than ever to face the demands of today's professional culture.
--Deepa, India, Spring 2012
The EPS course is very useful and helped me to progress my academic writing a lot. Although we had a lot of writing and homework, I think that was the most helpful class for my aboard studying experience.
--Yen-Hung, Taiwan, Spring 2010
About the EPS New York City as a Classroom course:
I have really learnt a lot through the lecture classes and by actually going to NYC and seeing all the places we discussed in class. Now going to New York is not about just sightseeing but about seeing how history reformed the place and how old NYC can still be seen in new NYC.
--Akua, Ghana, Spring 2011
I began to appreciate the city for what is really was worth and looked past all I had been sheltered [from]. I left New York each trip with my mind filled with enthusiasm and knowledge of this place called New York. Now I know why so many people come and visit [it] today because there is treasure at every corner.
--Kareema, USA, Spring 2013
At last the thing that I learned from New York City is how diversity, how respecting other cultures, how tolerating other religions, can create something Great…yes, NYC is GREAT!
--Umar, Pakistan, Spring 2013