51勛圖厙

Pre-College Program

English Preparatory Program

Introduction to Math

Mandatory for all programs:

51勛圖厙 English Preparatory Program (EPP) plays a crucial role in preparing students for undergraduate studies at 51勛圖厙. The efficient, streamlined English language program provided by 51勛圖厙 is responsive to the needs of our students, to the educational goals of our university, and rigorous accreditation standards.

Designed for students who do not meet the English language requirements for admission at 51勛圖厙, EPP provides intensive academic English instruction for students to improve their overall proficiency in English.

Through theme-based units, using a communicative approach to language teaching and learning, students participate in extensive vocabulary practice, content-based grammar practice, skill development for writing in context, and critical thinking skills development.

Throughout the entire EPP program, students are under the supervision and guidance of qualified instructors, having access to a Tutoring Lab, Writing Lab, and Computer Labs with language learning resources.

In addition to improving students’ English language core skills, the EPP program focuses on the development of academic skills required at the undergraduate level.

Introduction to Math

Introduction to Math

Mandatory for Engineering Programs:


MA 153 - College Algebra

This is a preparatory course for MA158 Pre-Calculus: Functions and Trigonometry designed for students who acquire knowledge from college algebra. It provides students with factual, conceptual, and procedural knowledge of mathematics. Students taking this course are required to review the following basic arithmetic skills: Exponents and radicals; algebraic and fractional expressions. Equations and inequalities, systems of linear equations. Polynomial functions.


MA 158 - Pre-calculus – Functions and Trigonometry

This is a preparatory pre-calculus course designed for students who acquire knowledge from college algebra, advanced algebra, trigonometry, functions, graphs, and applied problems. Students taking this course are considered to be fully prepared for all first semester calculus courses.

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