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International Student Admission for the student's estimated expenses for...The University offers EASL 250 and EASL 251...

FORS 250 - Intro to GIS for Forest Mgt. 3.000 Credits.

Offered every term. Open to sophomores or juniors or with consent of instructor. This course is designed as a practical introduction to the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for storing, retrieving, analyzing and displaying spatial data. It will also cover the history of cartography and the conventions of the modern map-making process.

EASL 250 - Intermediate English for Academic Purposes I: Written Production. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn and spring. Prereq., score 525-549 Paper-Based TOEFL, 70-80 internet-based, 192-212 computer-based, IELTS 6.0; may not be taken at the same time as or after EASL 450 or WRIT 101. Concentration on reading, listening, notetaking, writing and study skills required for success in an American academic setting. Writing focus includes paragraph and essay structure (process & comparison patterns), basic research protocol, grammatical editing and citation. Student Option Grade Mode (traditional or credit/no credit).