Intensive English Program

​​The Intensive English Program (IEP) is designed to help international (F-1 Visa) students improve their English-language skills, often in preparation for college-level study.

During each fall and spring semester, IEP students take five courses in listening/speaking, reading, writing, grammar and supplemental skill development. They spend 15 hours in the classroom and four hours in the lab each week. IEP students may also take listening/speaking, reading, writing and grammar courses during the summer session.

ESOL Courses

The Intensive English Program consists of 25 courses.

LevelListening/SpeakingReadingWriting GrammarSupplemental Skill Development
0Listening/Speaking 0Reading 0Writing 0Grammar 0Skill Development-Listening/Speaking
1Listening/Speaking 1Reading 1Writing 1Grammar 1Skill Development — Listening/Speaking
2Listening/Speaking 2Reading 2Writing 2Grammar 2Skill Development — Grammar
3Listening/Speaking 3Reading 3Writing 3Grammar 3Skill Development — Writing
4Listening/Speaking 4Reading 4Writing 4Grammar 4Skill Development — Reading

Placement

New students are placed into an appropriate starting level based on the results of a placement test given here at the Brookhaven Campus​.

How to enter the Intensive English Program

If you are interested in entering the program, contact the Brookhaven Multicultural Center by calling 972-860-4192 or emailing bhcMulticultralCtr@dcccd.edu. The Brookhaven Multicultural Center is located in the Student Services Center, Building S, Room S-136.