Program Curriculum

Program Curriculum

Access Langara supports students who require additional instruction in English language and composition as they begin their post-secondary studies at Langara College.

CURRICULUM

Total Credits: Up to 30 credits

Term 1

Courses Credits
All of
ENGL 1106 ACCESS Langara I
6

Lecture Hours: 8.0 | Seminar: 0.0 | Lab: 0.0

ENGL 1106 is designed for second-language speakers who may not meet the regular studies entrance requirements and/or those who require intensive English upgrading to prepare to succeed in regular studies courses. Students will review basic grammar rules and will practice sentence, paragraph, and essay writing skills. Students will also be introduced to college resources to help integrate into the college community. ENGL 1106 does not carry transfer credit, nor may it be used towards a Langara credential except the Citation in Access Langara. A passing grade in ENGL 1106 will allow students to progress to English 1120. Graded S/U.Registration in this course is restricted to students accepted to the Citation in Access Langara.

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Students may take four additional credits
4
up to 10 Credits

Term 2

Courses Credits
All of
ENGL 1120 ACCESS Langara II
3

Lecture Hours: 4.0 | Seminar: 0.0 | Lab: 0.0

ENGL 1120 introduces students to critical thinking, reading, and writing in an academic context. Supported by an intensive focus on grammar, students will develop effective reading and writing processes, editing techniques, and other strategies for writing designed specifically for students whose first language is not English. ENGL 1120 does not normally carry transfer credit, nor may it be used toward a Langara credential except the Citation in Access Langara.By earning a minimum "C" grade in ENGL 1120, students will achieve the equivalent of an LET 3, allowing them to register in regular studies courses with the LET 3 prerequisite. Priority registration in this course is offered to students admitted to the Citation in Access Langara.Prerequisite(s): An "S" grade in ENGL 1106.

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Students may take seven additional credits
7
up to 10 Credits

Term 3

Courses Credits
Students may take 10 additional credits
10
up to 10 Credits

Program Option Notes:

  1. Students who successfully complete ENGL 1106 and 1120 and a minimum of three additional UT credits will be eligible for a Citation in Access Langara.
  2. Students must remain registered in ENGL 1106 (Term 1) and 1120 (Term 2) to maintain their registration in other regular studies courses.
  3. Access Langara students are required to be enrolled in specific courses in each term. The Access Langara coordinator will ensure registration in the appropriate classes.
  4. The Access Langara coordinator will manually review registration before the tuition drop date, and any student who is not enrolled in the appropriate Access Langara course will be dropped from all courses.
  5. The Access Langara coordinator will manually review registration in the second week of classes, and if a student is not enrolled in the appropriate Access Langara course they will be dropped from all courses. The student will be liable for all expenses.

CURRICULUM

Total Credits: 15

Term 1

Courses Credits
All of
ENGL 1106 ACCESS Langara I
6

Lecture Hours: 8.0 | Seminar: 0.0 | Lab: 0.0

ENGL 1106 is designed for second-language speakers who may not meet the regular studies entrance requirements and/or those who require intensive English upgrading to prepare to succeed in regular studies courses. Students will review basic grammar rules and will practice sentence, paragraph, and essay writing skills. Students will also be introduced to college resources to help integrate into the college community. ENGL 1106 does not carry transfer credit, nor may it be used towards a Langara credential except the Citation in Access Langara. A passing grade in ENGL 1106 will allow students to progress to English 1120. Graded S/U.Registration in this course is restricted to students accepted to the Citation in Access Langara.

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Students may take four additional credits
4
up to 10 credits Credits

Term 2

Courses Credits
All of
ENGL 1120 ACCESS Langara II
3

Lecture Hours: 4.0 | Seminar: 0.0 | Lab: 0.0

ENGL 1120 introduces students to critical thinking, reading, and writing in an academic context. Supported by an intensive focus on grammar, students will develop effective reading and writing processes, editing techniques, and other strategies for writing designed specifically for students whose first language is not English. ENGL 1120 does not normally carry transfer credit, nor may it be used toward a Langara credential except the Citation in Access Langara.By earning a minimum "C" grade in ENGL 1120, students will achieve the equivalent of an LET 3, allowing them to register in regular studies courses with the LET 3 prerequisite. Priority registration in this course is offered to students admitted to the Citation in Access Langara.Prerequisite(s): An "S" grade in ENGL 1106.

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Students may take seven additional credits
7
up to 10 credits Credits

Term 3

Courses Credits
Students may take 10 additional credits
10
up to 10 credits Credits

Program Option Notes:

  1. Students who successfully complete ENGL 1106 and 1120 and a minimum of six additional UT credits will be eligible for a Citation in Access Langara.
  2. Students must remain registered in ENGL 1106 (Term 1) and 1120 (Term 2) to maintain their registration in other regular studies courses.
  3. Access Langara students are required to be enrolled in specific courses in each term. The Access Langara coordinator will ensure registration in the appropriate classes.
  4. The Access Langara coordinator will manually review registration before the tuition drop date, and any student who is not enrolled in the appropriate Access Langara course will be dropped from all courses.
  5. The Access Langara coordinator will manually review registration in the second week of classes, and if a student is not enrolled in the appropriate Access Langara course they will be dropped from all courses. The student will be liable for all expenses.