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Course Description

This course is designed for students who are either currently working professionals or for those who are seeking work. It follows a Case-Based Learning curriculum. This means that students will read several stories throughout the semester about business scenarios. They will work in groups to analyze the cases, discuss issues, and make decisions. Students will also get an opportunity to take on the role of someone involved in the case, which gives them a chance to reflect on the case’s impact on key players and stakeholders. 

A Case-Based Learning curriculum gives students an opportunity to refine their communication skills in the context of a realistic business scenario. In this course, students will work on giving descriptions, paraphrasing information, making recommendations, making apologies, asking for clarification, and giving an opinion. In addition, students will write formal emails. This course ends with short, individual presentations as well as a class debate.

Before taking this course, students should be able to communicate in a variety of basic situations and write short compositions in present, past, and future tenses. They should be able to understand familiar spoken and written texts.

Course Prerequisites

Course Technology Requirement:

All Georgetown University classes will use remote delivery platforms until further notice. This includes the summer and fall Evening and Weekend English program courses. Classes will be held in a virtual setting using the Zoom platform and the university learning management system, Canvas. This means you will have the opportunity to engage with instructors and students online during normal class hours.

To participate in the courses, students are required to have access to a high-speed internet connection, a webcam, and audio capability. (A desktop or laptop computer is recommended). The classes will be held in a synchronous (real-time) manner; you will be required to participate online during scheduled class hours.

Course Policies:

I. Mandatory Placement Test Requirement:

All new and returning students are required to take a placement exam before classes begin to determine their correct placement into the course section. After completing registration, you will receive a payment confirmation email including your placement test appointment. If you are unable to attend at the appointed time, you must contact Program Coordinator Regan Carver at 202-687-4592 or guELC@georgetown.edu immediately to make alternative arrangements.

Please note that your enrollment will not be complete until you take your placement test. All placement tests will be administered remotely using an online test. Students will be required to have access to a computer with a high-speed internet connection, as well as audio and video capabilities. Program staff will work with you to communicate additional technology requirements. Within one week after the placement test, you will receive an email with your final course placement.

The Evening & Weekend English program reserves the right to move students to a different level of a course if placement test results or first class diagnostic testing warrants it. All such moves will be completed in the first week of classes with no additional charge to the student.

If your placement test results indicate that you do not meet the minimum English proficiency level required for admission to the Evening & Weekend English program, you will receive a 100% refund of your course tuition payment minus a nonrefundable $50 administrative fee per course enrolled.

II.Transfers

No Fall 2020 Semester self-request transfer requests will be accepted if received after Friday, September 4, 2020.

III. Fall 2020 Refund and Withdrawals:

There are no tuition refunds for drops/withdrawals requested four (4) or fewer calendar days before the published start date of the course section or after the course section has started. If you have questions regarding test scheduling, contact Program Coordinator Regan Carver at 202-687-4592 or guELC@georgetown.edu.

  • 14 calendar days or more before the published start date of the course section: 100% tuition refund less $50 admin fee

  • Between 14 and five (5) days before the published start date of the course section: 75% tuition refund less $50 admin fee

  • Four (4) or fewer calendar days before the published start date of the course section or after the course section has started: $0

Refunds will be credited back to the credit card used to make the payment 30 days after the drop has been processed.

Please contact SCS Student Accounts at ccpestudentaccounts@georgetown.edu if you have questions about your refund payment. Note: We do not allow deferred enrollment from one semester to another.

Applies Towards the Following Certificates

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Class
Days
T, Th
Time
7:00PM to 9:00PM
Dates
May 19, 2020 to Jul 09, 2020
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
32.0
Location
Course Tuition
No active tuition profiles.
Section Notes
To maintain your seat in the course, you must attend your assigned placement test or make alternate arrangements. The department will be in touch with you about additional details regarding placement test scheduling.
Type
Class
Days
Th, T
Time
7:00PM to 9:00PM
Dates
Sep 17, 2020 to Nov 17, 2020
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
36.0
Location
Course Tuition
Evening and Weekend English Tuition - Fall 2020 non-credit $540.00
Section Notes
To maintain your seat in the course, you must attend your assigned placement test or make alternate arrangements. The department will be in touch with you about additional details regarding placement test scheduling.
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