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Law courses are intended to be taken by those wishing to further their personal development. Whether you take the courses in a classroom or online, there are a variety of specialized study areas. Some of these include regulatory theory, commercial law and intellectual property.

For students who are in the process of applying to colleges outside of their countries of origin, admissions tests and preparation is a great way to boost one's chances of getting into the best possible school.

The United States of America is a large country in North America, often referred to as the "USA", the "US", the "United States", "America", or simply "the States". American colleges are funded by "tuition" charged to the student, which is often quite expensive, very commonly reaching into the tens of thousands of dollars per year.

Located in Chicago area, Lombard is a large suburb with a community consisting of more than 42,000 residents. It is served by a network of several schools found within.

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Academic ESL Programs

Computer Systems Institute
Campus Full time 11 - 33 weeks Open Enrollment USA Chicago

Computer Systems Institute’s Academic ESL Programs are designed for students who are highly proficient or approaching fluency in English. These courses include vocabulary building through reading and classroom discussion in addition to the development of academic writing skills and communication skills. [+]

Course Studies in Admissions tests and preparation in Lombard in USA. Academic ESL Programs Computer Systems Institute’s Academic ESL Programs are designed for students who are highly proficient or approaching fluency in English. These courses include vocabulary building through reading and classroom discussion in addition to the development of academic writing skills and communication skills necessary for participation in U.S. college classrooms; Academic ESL prepares students to study in a mainstream classroom with native speakers by building their abilities to give critical opinions in academic discussion, to read attentively, and to write effectively. These courses aid students in developing the skills needed for the language-based exams required for admission to a university program. CSI offers three different English programs: 1. General Writing 2. Literature 3. Communication Each program is three academic quarters (30 academic weeks) in length. These programs are not eligible for Title IV funding (financial aid). General Writing Program – 1 Year/33 weeks Tuition – $4,200 per year or $1,400 per quarter Book Fee and Supply Fee – $90 per quarter The General Writing Program includes three courses which explore different types of composition: Different Writing Styles, Writing for Work, and Writing a Student Newspaper. The program will help students develop the critical thinking skills and writing strategies needed to design professional documents, to write clearly, and to develop persuasive arguments. Classes will focus on rhetoric and sentence structure through writing and revising academic essays, articles, and business documents. Upon successful completion of the program, students will gain a variety of appropriate writing and editing skills for a diverse range of professions. Different Writing Styles Course Length: 1 Quarter or 11 weeks Writing for Work Course Length: 1 Quarter or 11 weeks Writing a Student Newspaper Course Length: 1 Quarter or 11 weeks Literature Program – 1 Year/33 weeks Tuition – $4,200 per year or $1,400 per quarter Book Fee and Supply Fee – $90 per quarter The Literature Program consists of three academic courses that introduce cultural and historical aspects of the U.S. through literature: Discovering Fiction, Discovering Short Stories, and America through Academic Readings. These courses teach students reading comprehension techniques, introduce them to different types of reading material, and give them the strategies they need to prepare for college-level reading, writing, and discussion. Additionally, students continue to build their academic vocabulary and study advanced grammar topics relevant to effective reading and writing. By using academic vocabulary and critical thinking skills in a discussion forum, students communicate their ideas about American literature both orally and in writing. Discovering Fiction Course Length: 1 Quarter or 11 weeks Discovering Short Stories Course Length: 1 Quarter or 11 weeks America through Academic Readings Course Length: 1 Quarter or 11 weeks Communication Program – 1 Year/33 weeks/3 quarters Tuition – $4,200 per year or $1,400 per quarter Book Fee and Supply Fee – $90 per quarter The Communication Program consists of three courses that develop academic communication skills: The Art of Storytelling, Small Group Communication, and Interpersonal Communication. The program emphasizes student participation in interviews, speeches, class presentations, debates, and group discussions to supplement the learning of organizational problem solving, decision making, and leadership skills. These courses also emphasize the importance of verbal and non-verbal social cues and signals in different cultures, international communication, and formal speaking. Upon successful completion of the program, students learn how to speak easily in front of the class, in small groups, and one-on-one with other students. The Art of Storytelling Course Length: 1 Quarter or 11 weeks Small Group Communication Course Length: 1 Quarter or 11 weeks Interpersonal Communication Course Length: 1 Quarter or 11 weeks These programs are offered in Charlestown/Boston, Chicago, Skokie, and Lombard/DuPage. [-]

English as a Second Language (ESL) Programs

Computer Systems Institute
Campus Full time 11 - 33 weeks Open Enrollment USA Skokie

CSI’s ESL programs offer focused classroom and computer-based English as a Second Language training. Programs are divided into three subject areas: 1.Vocabulary and conversation, 2.Writing and grammar, 3.Reading strategies. [+]

English as a Second Language (ESL) Programs CSI’s ESL programs offer focused classroom and computer-based English as a Second Language training. Programs are divided into three subject areas: 1. Vocabulary and conversation 2. Writing and grammar 3. Reading strategies By improving writing, listening, and reading comprehension skills, all ESL programs are designed to help prepare students for participation in U.S. college and university courses. CSI Offers instructor-led lectures, instructor-led labs, computer-based materials, and project-based learning sessions. This method allows students to learn English and reach their goals more efficiently. Learning Levels ESL programs consist of three progressive level programs: Beginner ESL Intermediate ESL Advanced ESL Each level is three academic quarters (33 academic weeks) in length. These programs are not eligible for Title IV funding (financial aid). Beginner ESL – 1 Year/33 weeks/3 quarters Tuition – $3,600 per year or $1,200 per quarter Book Fee and Supply Fee – $90 per quarter In Beginner ESL, students learn the basics of communicating in English. Students are guided by instructors while practicing fundamental language skills: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. In lecture and lab classes, students are taught how to use new grammar and vocabulary to describe simple, “everyday” topics and to become comfortable interacting with classmates, teachers, and native English speakers. Students with placement exam scores of 0-50 are placed in Beginner ESL. Beginner Vocabulary and Conversation Course Length: 1 Quarter or 11 academic weeks Beginner Writing and Grammar Course Length: 1 Quarter or 11 academic weeks Beginner Reading Strategies Course Length: 1 Quarter or 11 academic weeks Intermediate ESL – 1 Year/33 weeks/3 quarters Tuition – $3,600 per year or $1,200 per quarter Book Fee and Supply Fee – $90 per quarter English learners at the Intermediate level build on their existing language skills in reading and listening, and focus on more accurately expressing themselves in writing and conversation. In lecture and lab classes, students gain knowledge that will help them become more confident interacting in a variety of situations at a proficient level. After successfully completing Intermediate ESL, students have further program options, such as the Academic and Skill Building Programs. Students with placement exam scores of 51-76 are placed in Intermediate ESL. Intermediate Vocabulary and Conversation Course Length: 1 Quarter or 11 academic weeks Intermediate Writing and Grammar Course Length: 1 Quarter or 11 academic weeks Intermediate Reading Strategies Course Length: 1 Quarter or 11 academic weeks Advanced ESL – 1 Year/33 weeks/3 quarters Tuition – $3,600 per year or $1,200 per quarter Book Fee and Supply Fee – $90 per quarter Advanced-level students are taught how to use higher level vocabulary in writing and conversation and are able to discuss complex topics. Advanced ESL students use critical thinking skills to engage in in-depth discussions on a wide range of subjects; they also learn conversational and idiomatic language that allows them to interact more naturally with native speakers. Upon completing this class, students are prepared to enter a variety of courses. Students with placement exam scores of 77-90 are placed in Advanced ESL. Advanced Vocabulary and Conversation Course Length: 1 Quarter or 11 academic weeks Advanced Writing and Grammar Course Length: 1 Quarter or 11 academic weeks Advanced Reading Strategies Course Length: 1 Quarter or 11 academic weeks Computer Systems Institute offers ESL programs in Charlestown/Boston, Worcester, Lombard/Dupage, Skokie, and Chicago. [-]