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    INCO 3004 INTRODUCTION TO WRITING BUSINESS ENGLISH DOCUMENTS (3 CRS.)

    This course provides an overview in writing effective business English documents. It presents the writing principles, document design and format, correct grammatical forms and structure, mechanics and punctuation in business-related documents.

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    INCO 3005 BUSINESS COMMUNICATION I (3 CRS.)

    Course is designed for students in Business Administration, Office Systems, or Materials Management. Students are given training in the correct form of writing and communicating in business. Special attention is given to achieving effective communication in business and under-standing the logical processes that involve the writing of business correspondence.

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    INCO 3006 BUSINESS COMMUNICATION II (3 CRS.)

    Course is designed for students in Business Administration, Materials Management and Office Systems. Students are given practice in the appropriate forms of writing and communicating in business. Special attention is given to achieving effective communication in business and understanding the logical processes that involve the writing of business correspondence.

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    INCO 3007 COMPENDIUM OF BUSINESS ENGLISH (4 CRS.)

    This course is designed to improve the skills required in the communication process in modern-day business scenarios. It begins with the discussion of business communication theory, the mechanics and grammatical rules that govern the English language and reaches the selection, organization, and written production of business-related documents.

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    INCO 3025 CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH FOR SECRETARIES (1 CR.)

    This course is designed for students in the Office System Program. Students are given training in aural-oral skills and practice these skills in situations relevant to office routines and everyday occurrences. Special attention is given to developing a song vocabulary and those features resent in oral language as clichés and idiomatic expressions; stress and intonation are also emphasized throughout the course.

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    INCO 3055 CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH FOR THE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (3 CRS.)

    This course is designed to provide an overview in communicative Language class discussions, as well as a job interview simulation.

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    INCO 4006 BUSINESS REPORT WRITING (3 CRS.)

    This course is designed to provide students the experience of analyzing business-related situations and problems that require the production of reports in which research is essential. The students will prepare an informal and/or formal report as part of the course after discussing the theoretical and practical aspects of report writing, the different types of reports, their functions, purposes, formats, and research methods, among others. Considerable practice is given to the correct usage of the English language, for the development of the skills needed in analyzing, researching, organizing and presenting information (research findings) on a given business situation.
    -Class enrollment in this course is limited to twenty-five (25) students.

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    INCO 4009 EFFECTIVE BUSINESS WRITING, RESEARCH AND REPORTS (3 CRS.)

    INCO 4009 is designed to provide students persuasive business writing techniques and report writing skills. Emphasis is on the analysis and research of business-related situations and problems for the production of a short oral and written report. The correct grammatical forms and structures, mechanics and punctuation and documentation are stressed. Business writing techniques, as well as, report writing skills will be reinforced in the Writing Laboratory.

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    INCO 4015 CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH (3 CRS.)

    This course is designed to help students to improve their oral communication skills. The student progresses from simple conversations to dialogues involving specialized words and usage and finally to the organization and deliverance of oral presentations and reports.

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    INCO 4025 TECHNICAL REPORT WRITING (3 CRS.)

    An intensive, practical examination of ways to write powerful, audience-focused documents in real-world professional and technical contexts. The focus is on technical written communication that is clear, concise, and aimed to a targeted audience by the appropriate choice of technical writing style and format.

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    INCO 4035 BUSINESS TRANSLATION (2 CRS.)

    The course provides the students with an introduction to the discipline and the basic principles of business translation through exercises with representative types of English and Spanish translations. It helps the students realize how important is a coherent translation in the accurate transferring of meaning in business communication.

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    INCO 4055 ADVANCED CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH (1 CR.)

    This course is designed for students in the Office Systems Program. Students are given training in aural-oral skills with emphasis in situations relevant to the office scenario. Special attention is given to pronunciation, developing a strong vocabulary and those features present in oral language as clichés and idiomatic expressions; stress and intonation are also emphasized throughout the course.

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    INGL 3011 HONORS BASIC ENGLISH I (3 CRS.)

    The first years Honors English course is designed for entering freshmen who have scored a minimum of 691 (out of 800) on the English section of the College Entrance Examination Board and who are fluent in English. Permission from the English Department chair may be obtained for students who score less than 691. The focus is on the study of the essay, short story, poetry, drama, and novel. The course also includes oral and written practice by means of compositions related to these literary forms.

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    INGL 3012 HONORS ENGLISH II (3 CRS.)

    Continuation of INGL 3011. The course is designed for freshmen who have successfully completed Honors Basic English I. These students have scored a minimum of 691 (out of 800) on the English section of the College Entrance Examination Board and are fluent in English. The focus is on the study of essay, short story, poetry, drama, and novel. The course also includes oral and written practice by means of compositions related to these literary forms.

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    INGL 3101 BASIC ENGLISH I I (3 CRS.)

    Basic English 3101 is an intensive course in grammar, composition, reading comprehension, vocabulary building, conversation, and pronunciation. Structures studied in class are reinforced in the language laboratory.

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    INGL 3102 BASIC ENGLISH II (3 CRS.)

    This is a preparatory course designed to enable the student to successfully complete their English requirements by developing listening, speaking, reading and writing skills.

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    INGL 3103 INTERMEDIATE ENGLISH I I (3 CRS.)

    Analysis of selected readings including essays, fiction, poetry, and drama. Writing practice includes grammar and idiomatic expressions in paragraph and essay writings

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    INGL 3104 INTERMEDIATE ENGLISH I I (3 CRS.)

    Analysis of selected readings including essays within the elements of fiction and non-fiction. Writing practice includes grammar and idiomatic expressions within essay and research writing.

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    INGL 3113 MULTIMEDIA ENGLISH LANGUAGE LAB I (0 CRS.)

    This is a practice for English 3101 (INGL 3101). The Multimedia Language Laboratory lessons supplement the material covered in the Basic English course.

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    INGL 3114 MULTIMEDIA ENGLISH LAB II (0 CRS.)

    This is a practice for English 3102 (INGL 3102). The Multimedia Language Laboratory lessons supplement the material covered in the Basic English course.

  • INGL 3117 INGLÉS CONVERSACIONAL ESTUDIO Y VIAJE (3 CRS.)

    Pre-requisito:  INGL 3102, INGL 3104 o INGL 3012

    Diseñado para estudiantes que estarán viajando o estudiando en país angloparlante fuera de Puerto Rico.  Los estudiantes se involucrarán en actividades comunicativas tales como:  dramas, diálogos, ponencias, informes orales, ensayos, entrevistas, simulacros, etc.  El medio ambiente servirá como un laboratorio viviente donde los estudiantes pondrán en práctica las destrezas aprendidas en situaciones reales como centros comerciales, restaurantes, oficinas universitarias, sistemas de transportación, desarrollo de vocabulario, y técnicas de resolución de problemas necesarias para comunicarse efectivamente en inglés.

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    INGL 3201 GRAMMAR, COMPOSITION, AND READING I (3 CRS.)

    Study of advanced grammatical techniques Emphasis on composition based on careful analysis of selected readings.

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    INGL 3202 GRAMMAR, COMPOSITION, AND READING II (3 CRS.)

    Study of advanced grammatical techniques. Emphasis on composition based on careful analysis of selected readings.

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    INGL 3211 ADVANCED ENGLISH I (3 CRS.)

    An introduction to the experience, interpretation, and evaluation of literature. Reading and writing assignments will focus on short fiction, modern drama, the elements of poetry and the essay. Fundamental library skills related to literary study will be introduced.

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    INGL 3212 ADVANCED ENGLISH II (3 CRS)

    Development of reading, discussion, and writing skills through the experience, interpretation, and evaluation of the novel, Shakespearian drama, the complex texture of poetry. A research paper related to literary study will be required.

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    INGL 3221 INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE I (3 CRS.)

    Analysis and appreciation of the essay, short story, poetry, drama, and the novel through reading and writing of related topics.

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    INGL 3222 INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE II (3 CRS.)

    Continuation of English 3221. This course includes the analysis and appreciation of poetry, drama, and the novel..

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    INGL 3250 PUBLIC SPEAKING (3 CRS.)

    This course is designed for students in the articulated program of the Engineering Department. It intends to help students improve their listening and communication skills. Special attention is given to the practical application of the principles, organization and practice of effective public speaking. The purpose is for students to successfully deliver formal, informal and impromptu speeches.

  • INGL 3225 LECTURA INTRODUCTORIA EN LENGUAJE (3 CRS.)

    Pre-requisito:  INGL 3102 o INGL 3104

    Introducción panorámica a la lingüística y al estudio del lenguaje, dando especial atención al inglés.  Se dará énfasis particular a la fonología, morfología, sintaxis, semántica, cambio histórico y variaciones sociales y regionales.

  • INGL 3227 FONÉTICA Y FONOLOGÍA DEL INGLÉS (3 CRS.)

    Pre-requisito:  INGL 3102 o INGL 3104

    El estudio de la fonética, fonología y entonación del inglés hablado en Estados Unidos.  Se enfatizan aspectos de dificultad para hispanoparlantes y se practica la transcripción fonética.

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    INGL 3326 UNITED STATES MINORITY LITERATURES (3 CRS.)

    English Language Minority Literature of the United States, with particular attention to African American, Asian American, Native American, and Latino/a works.

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    INGL 3344 TECHNICAL WRITING AND COMMUNICATION TÉCNICA (3 CRS.)

    INGL 3344 provides an overview in technical writing and communication within an organizational context. Emphasis is on critical thinking, effective writing and oral communication skills, through collaborative writing, as well as preparation and design of documents. This course presents a broad range of technical genres that enable students to become competent communicators in the workplace.

  • INGL 4021 REDACCIÓN DE INFORMES TÉCNICOS DE BIOLOGÍA (3 CRS.)

    Pre-requisito:  INGL 3102, INGL 3104 o INGL 3012

    Co-requisito:  INGL 4022

    Introducción a la redacción de informes técnicos, diseñados para proveerles a los estudiantes las destrezas para escribir informes que requieren investigación de tópicos relacionados a la biología.  Se enfatizará de artículos de revistas o documentos científicos y profesionales.

  • INGL 4022 REDACCIÓN DE INFORMES TÉCNICOS DE LABORATORIO DE BIOLOGÍA (1 CR.)

    Pre-requisito:  INGL 3102, INGL 3104 o INGL 3012

    Co-requisito:   INGL 4021

    Completa el curso de informes Técnicos para Biología.  Los estudiantes junto al profesor, prepararán informes de laboratorio de computadoras para la escritura en inglés.  Se requiere también una presentación oral del informe final.

  • INGL 4326 LITERATURA PARA NIÑOS (3 CRS.)

    Pre-requisito:  INGL 3252

    Se ofrecerá para obtener el certificado de maestros, Departamento de Educación.  No se ofrecerá a estudiantes regulares del colegio.  Curso sobre literatura para niños.  Comprende una selección de obras folklóricas inglesas, de la literatura americana contemporánea y clásicos internacionales en traducción dentro de la literatura para niños y jóvenes.  Se propone realizar un estudio de la crítica y de los valores literarios con un enfoque para la enseñanza de éstos.

Nota: La información provista está sujeta a verificación con la secuencia curricular establecida por el departamento académico.