CS 400

Internship

Course ID
CS 400
Campus
ParagonIU Main Campus
Level
Undergraduate
Semester
CS Semester 7
Credit
3.0
Method
Lecture

Academic English I course focuses on the development and mastery of reading skills for university-level English expository texts and academic articles with an emphasis on the use of strategies and critical thinking skills that improve effective reading comprehension and vocabulary development.  It will also focus heavily on the use of annotation to help students become active rather than passive readers, thereby greatly improving reading comprehension.

Banks, finance, investment and management fields desperately need people like you when you graduate: critical thinker and problem solver, cooperative team player, negotiator, confident, presentable and IT-savvy. With these skills, you can find prestigious and highly-competitive management, banking, finance and investment jobs not only in Cambodia, but also in the region and the world.

  • Prerequisite(s)
  • Placement by the Office of Foundation Year Studies
  • Literature and References
  • Textbook chosen at the discretion of instructor, subject to the approval of the Director of English Instruction
  • Assessment Type
  • Percentage
  • Final Exam
  • 40%
  • Midterm Exam
  • 20%
  • Assignment
  • 20%
  • Attendance
  • 20%
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